BeeTime visit to Israel/Palestine during the first two weeks in November will include visits to projects and meetings with people involved with natural beekeeping. Inspired by the honeybee, we will seek stories of collaboration and co-existence, of the possibility for peace as lived by people connected to the landscape and active in the social realm.
This summer a long awaited, new project was born. Holon is our first self-edited publication. This first edition in the Hex Reflex Publications series, Holon is the result of the fourth Bee Time residency, which focused on honeybee colonies in the context of systems thinking. Holon is a monograph on art and ecology, a collection
Bee Time has been selected to attend 10×10 Pública; Fundación Contemporánea and Fundación Sabadell’s open call for cultural innovation. We are delighted to say that we were one of the three project support awards to be selected! In addition to the award, we received guidance from a group of experts who highlighted the potential of
One of the unique experiences we have when working with the Bee is an embodied awareness of interconnectedness. Often, during our residencies, participating artists find themselves engaged in mutually enhancing relational dynamics with each other, with the beekeepers they meet, and with the landscape they inhabit. Sarah Dowling, who came to our October 2016 residency