A talk by Quentin Stevens: “Urban play is not so much a specific set of actions, places or regimes, but is, rather, a distinctive mode of engaging with people, spaces and built forms, and developing new relationships to them. This mode involves curiosity, a richness of multi-sensory experiences, and active bodily engagement. It is characterized by liminality: freedom, openness, exploration, improvisation, and transformation.”

Watch the video at http://vimeo.com/54131664