When: Saturday 21 July; 2pm – 4pm

Where: Portobello Pop-Up Cinema, 3 Acklam Road, W10 5TY

Tickets: Free, no booking required

ParkourParkour is a discipline that deals with ways to get from one place to another. Originating in France, its main purpose is to traverse mainly urban landscapes by running, climbing and jumping.

'RBKCParkour’ is an interactive film art installation with gaming inspired functionality that simulates the experience of being a freerunner. This film is not a passive experience but enables the viewer to create their unique user interpretation. It is both a personal and collective experience.

'RBKCParkour' will showcase the architecture of Kensington and Chelsea in a unique and dynamic way. Come and see Parkour bring architecture to life.

Karen Palmer is a freerunner and an award winning artist. Her work explores the physiological aspects of being a freerunner and is fascinated by the psyche of the parkour experience. Her practice has evolved into interactive art in the public realm, as she strives to simulate this experience.

Karen Palmer has created a dynamic visual language through fusing the disciplines she has worked within, documentary, music video, short film, experimental and interactivity.