|Issue 05 - From London & Beyond||Content|
Welcome to the 5th issue of Anattitude Magazine, proudly presenting "From London & Beyond".
Poetic Pilgrimage (UK)"It was crucial, because there is no way that we intelligent thinking women would go into a religion that would suppress us!"
Sun Sun (UK)"I love to add my Lindy Hop and Traditional Jazz steps into my b-boying!"
The City Is My Playground (UK)"....using the cityscape as my canvas and the street structures as my tools."
Sri (UK)In my work, I am exploring issues of identity, feminity and multiculturalism, whilst maintaining a healthy nod to the Hip Hop influence and attitude I hold dear."
Hanifa (UK)"During the early 80s when Hip Hop music and culture came to the UK, we embraced the culture as though we were the founders and creators of it."
Ngoc Lan (Switzerland)"My selection is always a cocktail of all my heartbeats of the moment."
Pumpkin (France)"Sometimes it's difficult to switch from Pumpkin the artist to Cécile the accountant, or secretary, or manager or whatever."
Noemie Nuo (Belgium)"I do good work when I am at home so I decided to open the shop in my ex-kitchen."
Dave & Nirit/Say My Name (NL)"I was a tomboy.... that was the beginning of
Aruna (NL)"Look at Hip Hop as an art form, look at yourself as an artist. See Hip Hop as a tool to speak your mind."
Sookee (Germany)"I am not an actress, I am an activist...There is no escape, which isn't easy if the topics you`re working on are as heavy and intense as sexism or homophobia."
Rita J (USA)"Hip Hop moves people and creates communication and unity, it builds bridges."
That Fucking Sara (Germany)Djing means the same to me as other important things like... food. It's a story telling and sharing of stories."
Supafly Collective (Belgium)"Yes we are 7 fly ladies, that of course also makes us special. It's about sharing the same love - Hip Hop!"
+ 20 pages "Non Toxic When Dry" by RosyOne!