Our activities at Zakole Wawerskie for years 2023-24 are structured within an international project – Testing Ground: Reparative Practices for New Cultural Ecosystem. As part of Jasna 10 – a cultural platform of Stowarzyszenie Im. Stanislawa Brzozowskiego / Krytyka Polityczna from Warsaw, we are working together around one conceptual framework with partner organisations: Kurziv – Platform for Matters of Culture, Media and Society from Zagreb and Maska Ljubljana. The project is supported by European Union.
Przemysław Pasek – a fifteen-year leader of the “Ja Wisła” Foundation, organising outdoor education for children and volunteering schemes, such as “The Clean Vistula” (Czysta Wisła) – in conversation with Zuzia Derlacz, 2020. ✺ What is Zakole Wawerskie today? Seen from an aerial perspective, it is a vast green patch on the right bank of […]
Olga Roszkowska: During our last trip with friends we spent an hour with our eyes wandering around a single tree trunk instead of completing our planned 15-kilometre hike. When we finally managed to wrench ourselves away from that trunk and started coming back, we could not catch the scale of the world. Marta Wrzosek: I […]
Zakole Wawerskie wetland is one of the most interesting natural areas that can still be saved. It is also a place that can serve as a testing ground for our thinking about the city, climate collapse, and the role of communities.
Zuzia Derlacz talks with dr hab. Wiktor Kotowski, biologist, professor of the University of Warsaw, specialist in the field of wetland ecology and conservation. Originally published in Krzak Papier magazine: www.krzakpapier.pl. Have you ever got bogged down in a mire? I got bogged down many times, but only to the extent that my rubber boot […]