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Bee Box, new work by Anne Brodie, is one part of a public art exhibition across eight European countries, curated by C-Lab.Â Anne Brodie works across art and science, having studied Biology and gone on to complete her MA at the Royal College.Â She has received a Wellcome Trust Arts Award as well as the British Antarctic Survey/Arts Council Artists and Writers Fellowship.
â€œThe 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.â€
1st September 2011 â€“ 1st November 2011
Bishopâ€™s Square, Spitalfields
Brushfield Street, London, E1 6AA
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