Tote bag made from leftover material from Gudskul Knowledge Garden exhibition, 2021
Limited edition by AGYU
$20
ONly available on-site.

After the dust settled, we took the centrality of sustainability to the Gudskul ecosystem to heart and converted some of the leftover material from the project into these wonderful tote bags. You, too, can obtain a functional tote (colours and designs all different, no pre-selection possible) for lugging around books (consider some of our publications to add to your order, maybe?) or anything, really.

Gudskul Art Collective and Ecosystem Studies (or Gudskul for short, pronounced “good school” in English) is a collective of collectives based in Jakarta, Indonesia, comprised of Grafis Huru Hara, ruangrupa, and Serrum. Since 2018, Gudskul, has focused on working with art collectives to study and teach collaborative and sustainable practices through experimental dialogue and experience-based learning.

 

Documentation

Documentation
Gudskul: Knowledge Garden
22 Oct – 12 Dec 2021

Gudskul tote bag

Gudskul tote bag
multiple
December 2021

Farming at the End of the World

Farming at the End of the World
online workshop
28 Oct 2021

Workshop on Workshops

Workshop on Workshops
online workshop
24 Oct 2021

New Tradition Music – Edutainment Session

New Tradition Music – Edutainment Session
online workshop
22 Oct 2021

Gudskul: Knowledge Garden Festival

Gudskul: Knowledge Garden Festival
on-site exhibition
Oct – Dec 2021

Events Listings

Events Listings
Knowledge Garden Festival
22 – 30 Oct 2021

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