Att leva på breaking
Ett av våra längsta avsnitt men också det mest innehållsrika. Jag och Johannes pratar om att leva på breaking. Stort begrepp. På vilket sätt kan man/bör man göra det? I podden intervjuar vi flera olika personer som bevisligen har lyckats.
– Kim från Freestyle Phanatix som reser runt i Skandinavien och gör shower.
– Peter Lovatt också känd som forskaren Dr Dans kring hur man ställer om när man misslyckas.
– Pontus Linder kring att som svensk dansare leva på breaking.
– Bboy Menno den regerande världsmästaren på hur han lever på breaking och hur hans resa varit.
Artikeln som Johannes pratar om; https://lucasmarie.wordpress.com/2012/10/23/breakdancing-the-commodification-and-globalisation-of-an-underground-subculture/
Klippt och producerat av: Fredrik Öjbro
English Translation (thank you Google Translate)
Living on breaking One of our longest episodes but also the most content-rich. Johannes and I talk about living on breaking. Great concept. In what way can / should you do it? In the podcast, we interview several different people who have proven successful. - Kim from Freestyle Phanatix who travels around Scandinavia and does shows. - Peter Lovatt also known as the researcher Dr Dans on how to change when you fail. - Pontus Linder about living on breaking as a Swedish dancer. - Bboy Menno the reigning world champion on how he lives on breaking and how his journey has been. The article that John is talking about; https://lucasmarie.wordpress.com/2012/10/23/breakdancing-the-commodification-and-globalisation-of-an-underground-subculture/ Edited and produced by: Fredrik Öjbro
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