Bee Box, new work by Anne Brodie, is one part of a public art exhibition across eight European countries, curated by C-Lab. Anne Brodie works across art and science, having studied Biology and gone on to complete her MA at the Royal College. She has received a Wellcome Trust Arts Award as well as the British Antarctic Survey/Arts Council Artists and Writers Fellowship.
“The BEE BOX reminds us of the invisible disappearance of our pollinators. Bees, like us, form communities of workers capable of generating intelligent social interactions. Brodie offers a poetic reflection on the fragility of these communities.”
1st September 2011 – 1st November 2011
Bishop’s Square, Spitalfields
Brushfield Street, London, E1 6AA
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