REPORT TO THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY ON THE FEASIBILITY FOR FOUNDING A ‘FREE INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY FOR CREATIVITY AND INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH’ IN DUBLIN. 1976.
Dublin: Free University Press (Tisdall), 1976
32.5 x 20.5cm, unpaginated (c. 72pp but recto only). Card covers. The privately printed attempt at gaining political support and funding from the EEC (now EC) for Beuys’s vision of a Free International University where students did not gain degrees but rather co-operated in projects and creative initiatives. Additionally staff and students were to live communially in the same buildings as they worked together. The choice of Ireland was more political than due to Beuys’ then connection with Celtic countries. A VG example.