Playground Collective

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About

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We are a collective of international artists and cultural practitioners who engage with space and place. The Explorations and curiosities we embark on are inspired by many concepts such as psychogeography, wandering, playfulness, and even boredom.

[Artist featured in video- Jenny Alderton, Tricia Enns, Rik Fisher, Neta Gracewell, Lou Sarabadzic, Fenya Sharkey]

Get in touch with us, we would love to here from you >> thatplaygroundcollective@gmail.com

The Collective

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Lou Sarabadzic, member of Playground Collective, photo taken by Paul Stringer
Lou Sarabadzic Photo taken by © Paul Stringer (www.paulstringer.co.uk)

Lou Sarabadzic

lousarabadzic.com/

Location: England (born and raised in France)

Lou is passionate about interactive projects, performance, and digital tools, and her interest in visual art also developed into recent experimentations in the field of papermaking and printmaking. Her work often involves exploring the nexus of self, social norms, public space, and poetics. 

Jenny Alderton

eloquentscream.com

Location: South Wales

Jenny is a writer and artist who uses movement and poetics in the creation of videos and/or installation work that often speak to site specific socio-enviro-political topics. Their artist practice is constantly expanding to reflect their interest that span themes around self and identity, (dis)connectivity and (dis)communication, space, place and psychogeography. 

Jenny Alderton

Neta Gracewell, member of the Playground Collective
Neta Gracewell

Neta Gracewell

junctiontheatre.com

Location: London (and sometimes Tel Aviv)

Neta Gracewell is a theatre maker and multidisciplinary artist. In her works she explores translation, the moving body and new ways to engage audiences in the arts while cultivating authenticity and empathetic practice.

Rik Fisher

instagram.com/rik.fisher/

Location: Berlin

Rik Fisher uses participatory approaches, often in conjunction with walking, to encourage play, interaction, opening dialogues and questioning spaces and places. Rik also has a background in mental health, music and multidisciplinary arts. 

Richard Fisher, member of the Playground Collective
Richard Fisher
Tricia Enns, member of the Playground Collective
Tricia Enns

Tricia Enns

narrativedebris.com / triciaenns.com

Location: Montreal, Canada

Tricia works within the intersection of materiality, embodiment, and public space. Her current research-creation work explores how the use of walking, collecting debris and paper making can be employed through participatory activities to find new, alternative methods of relating to public spaces.

Foivi Psevdou

https://foivpsevdou.wixsite.com/temporal

Location: Athens, Greece

Foivi moves between the fields of language, theatre, pedagogy, and durational performance art. Her current research focuses on (re)configuring perceptions of time in public space and in everyday life with the durational practices of hyper-slow walking and poetic speaking/writing. 

Foivi Psevdou
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