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Parkour, also known to some as free running or street tumbling, in its most basic form is the act of moving from point “a” to point “b” using the surrounding environment and the obstacles along the way to increase efficiency. It involves moves like the “tick-tack,” the “kong vault” and the “gap jump.” It has now evolved to focus not just on efficiency, but also expressing oneself through motion, incorporating the odd flips and other graceful moves. Freerunning focuses on the feeling and aesthetic expression of freedom, thinking that can be traced to the transcendentalism of Rousseau and Thoreau. And parkour’s “utility,” in traceurs speak, is akin to the Utilitarianism of John Stuart Mill and Jeremy Bentham in its application of mathematical principles to everyday life.


Velvet Morning 100 x 120 cm Paint on canvas 2012


Greatest Hit of the Morning Sun 100 x 120 cm Paint on canvas 2012


Astro Boy 79.5 x 96 cm Paint on cardboard 2012


Garden in the Ceiling 79.5 x 96 cm Paint on cardboard 2012


Silently 96 x 79.5 cm Paint on cardboard 2012


Swing Pool 96 x 79.5.cm Paint on cardboard 2012


Wondering 79.5 x 96 cm Paint on cardboard 2012


Teenager 79.5 x 96 cm Paint on cardboard 2012


Free Run - Kako Peco  

Free Run - Solo Exhibition by Kako Peco

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