In poster-form, Gabrielė Grigorjevaitė presents a case study of the Ancient Woods Foundation – an organisation campaigning for the preservation of the few remaining old-growth forests in Lithuania. A consortium of biologists, botanists, environmental scientists, as well as artists and filmmakers, the NGO aims to preserve the most ecologically valuable old-growth forests and the life forms they contain, and to establish enduring public forests in Lithuania as blueprints for thriving ecosystems.

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Unless otherwise stated, maps, research, text and drawings: Gabrielė Grigorjevaitė
Design: Monika Janulevičiūtė
Copy-editing: Gemma Lloyd, James Nixon Publisher: Kirvarpa

Edition: 1100

Thanks to Mindaugas Survila, dr. Mindaugas Lapelė, Rimantė Paulauskaitė-Digaitienė and Dr. Ainis Pivoras of the Ancient Woods Foundation, who contributed their knowledge to this poster. Learn more about their work: www.sengiresfondas.lt

Published on the occasion of the CHILDREN’S FOREST PAVILION
Lithuania at the 18th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia 2023

Organised by: Neringa Forest Architecture
Implemented by: Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts
Supported by: Lithuanian Council for Culture

PDF of the poster is available via this link

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