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From Paris, an ad hoc, urban ballet

From Paris, an ad hoc, urban ballet
by Simon Marks
International Herald Tribune
October 14, 2008

"The idea was to travel across the urban landscape as gracefully, intelligently and dynamically as possible. The practitioners - "traceurs," from the French verb "tracer," meaning to trail - were supposed to adapt to their environment in order to manipulate it in creative ways. Sixteen years on, they can be seen pulling off anything from gutsy leaps from roof tops to sublime balancing acts on metal railings."

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