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Bushcraft,plant medicine,fire cooking and woodwork.
Interweaved through a series of performative activities. This included a performative trading scenario whereby the group was divided into continents and required to prepare a meal only from the ingredients that originated from their continent.This evolved into spontaneous bartering,trading and stealing of foodstuffs, resulting in a eclectic world feast and interesting discussions.


The work was commissioned to act as an investigation into the potential use of a space by the community.

Work history
Intergenerational workshops funded by Our Space Our Say with The University of the Third Age and Stoke Newington School Exclusion Unit, 2008

Collaborators
Louise Sayarer and Craig Bamford