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Handboek voor de Stadswildernis (Handbook for the City Wild)

Date
2011
Publisher
Dutch Art Institute
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Softcover
Size
12.2 × 17.5 × 1 cm
Length
64 
Description

This publication is a small pocket guide into the fringes of the urban landscape. Sections like Food, Shelter, Equipment and Dangers give you a wide variety of tips and tricks based on the daily survival techniques of homeless people. These tips give an insight into the resources the city offers for a life of the grid, but show at the same time how precarious and dangerous living without permanent shelter can be.

Text contributions by Henry David Thoreau, Bert and Holly Davis and Maria Cecillia Loschiavo dos Santos. Concept by Doris Denekamp and Noah Venezia.

  1. Handboek voor de Stadswildernis (Handbook for the City Wild)
 

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