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Future Library | Literature | Showcase

In 2014, Scottish artist Katie Paterson started a project in Norway. One thousand trees were planted just outside of Oslo, for a very specific mission in mind. The goal is to create the “Future Library” out of the trees planted in the forest, one hundred years from now. And every year, a writer contributes an unpublished, unread manuscript to the collection which will be held in trust. Artist Katie Paterson describes the Future Library as a living, breathing, organic artwork, unfolding over literally a century. And she joins us now from Edinburgh to talk more about the project. #FutureLibrary #Showcase

Turkey Trees: Government aims to plant 11M trees in November

Turkey Trees: Government aims to plant 11M trees in November

Joanina Library

Joanina Library

Armory Show sees strong sales despite coronavirus risk |Money Talks

Armory Show sees strong sales despite coronavirus risk |Money Talks

Qatar National Library | Literature | Showcase

Qatar National Library | Literature | Showcase

Importance of Donbass region

Importance of Donbass region

Heavy rains and flooding are inundating northeast Bangladesh

Heavy rains and flooding are inundating northeast Bangladesh

Russian forces turn focus to key Donbass city

Russian forces turn focus to key Donbass city

Biden in Seoul for joint approach to China and North

Biden in Seoul for joint approach to China and North

Labor Party leader Anthony Albanese claims victory

Labor Party leader Anthony Albanese claims victory

Gaza hospital giving bionic limbs to amputees

Gaza hospital giving bionic limbs to amputees

Underground city discovered in Türkiye's southeast

Underground city discovered in Türkiye's southeast

Hate crimes against Asian Americans on rise in US

Hate crimes against Asian Americans on rise in US

Concerns in US over Ukraine aid spending

Concerns in US over Ukraine aid spending

Conflict continues as Russia declares victory in Mariupol

Conflict continues as Russia declares victory in Mariupol

Kiev says Moscow has completely destroyed the Donbass region

Kiev says Moscow has completely destroyed the Donbass region

UK to continue with Rwanda asylum project despite UN concerns

UK to continue with Rwanda asylum project despite UN concerns

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