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2009-10-10
FOREST, SURVIVAL, CONSERVES

Heath Bunting, International Tree Climbing Day

This time the Free University (WUW) is going on a field trip. The upcoming weekend session of WUW will focus on urban and suburban survival techniques in the times of late capitalism. We will spend two days learning and trying out practical, low-cost ways of making our day-to-day life more pleasant. 

On Saturday we will head to the Kampinos Nature Reserve where we will swing on ropes, climb trees, gather mushrooms, ford rivers, and go moose watching. Dress appropriate for this time of year, and bring provisions and a thermos full of your beverage of choice.

On Sunday, Tomek Saciłowski will take us to hang out with some hip gardeners. Activities will include conserving fruit (lots of apples and nuts this year), ceramics, basket weaving and we will have a bonfire. All this in accordance with the principle: The less you pay, the less you work.  Now that’s what we call freedom in the air!

HOST
Heath Bunting, Vahida Ramujkic, Tomek Saciłowski

Heath Bunting
 was born a Buddhist in Wood Green, London, UK and is able to make himself laugh. He is a co-founder of both net.art and sport-art movements and is banned for life from entering the USA for his anti GM work. His self taught and authentically independent work is direct and uncomplicated and has never been awarded a prize 
or been bought or sold. He is both Britain's most important practising artist and The World's most famous computer artist. He aspires to be a skillful member of the public and is producing an expert system for identity mutation.

Vahida Ramujkic – is currently researching social and environmental transformations through the application of physical and mental recycling. Using her intuition and experience, she tries to create situations in which good things can happen spontaneously. Read more >>

Tomek Saciłowski – gardener, allotment-holder, author, artist, and founder of the pioneering initiative „Allotment, Work, Education.”