Anger is typically understood as an uncontrollable emotion which inflicts harm, but from other perspectives anger can be seen as a source of energy. Musicians channel their anger into rock songs, activists translate it into movements, designers turn it into products. Anger signifies change. Since the expression of anger is inhibited through socialisation, it is difficult to find spaces in which we can freely and safely express and experience anger, and we are kept from using the energy of anger to communicate with ourselves and with society at large. This project explores how anger, this uncontrollable emotion, could be nurtured through systematic training.