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BA. KU.: Kult Skating/Dark Rituals Within the city of Vancouver, and amongst the deep wilderness of BC dwells the Barrier Kult They re an assembly of incognito professional skateboarders that ritualize their skill on concrete barriers The team was created ten years ago by Deer Man of Dark Woods and Depth Leviathan Dweller, who decided to adorn a mask of anonymity after growing tired of the repetition of the professional skate world One would argue that the Barrier Kult s entire way of skating is repetitive, but the team takes this as a challenge to land big tricks on stone cold concrete BA KUsembles a religious cult and is likewise intricate and timeless The skaters ages range from early twenties, to mid forties, with members spread around the world and meet up in Vancouver, or wherever there is a proper barrier when it comes time to collect footage for a video film Though alchemy and other ritual practices interest the Barrier Kult, their true roots lie in music and nature The team is promoted by and has worked with countless bands in the black metal noise community and feels that the genre has been able to loan the group its face and image By connecting with these heavy musical influences, BA KUhas been able to grow a loyal fan base that is not concerned with who may be behind the balaclava mask While watching the team perform, the vast nature of BC creates the atmosphere, and war metal amplifies the experience Most of skateboarding culture has been linked to punk, rap, metal and other similar genres, so the rookie members of BA KUe all proud to sport the musical inspirations of the organization

  • Hardcover
  • BA. KU.: Kult Skating/Dark Rituals
  • Anthony Tafuro
  • English
  • 24 June 2018
  • 1576877388

About the Author: Anthony Tafuro

Anthony Tafuro, originally from Long Island, NY, currently resides in Queens, NY Tafuro grew up on the road touring with a band where he met skateboarders everywhere he went Most of the crowd consisted of skate kids, which eventually led to an interest in photographing this mythic culture After hanging with wrestlers and roller derby girls working with BA.KU was Tafuro s ultimate goal Trips to Vancouver allowed Tafuro access to the team, as well as a mutual understanding of how the images should appear To also share such a similar interest in music was refreshing