ART, ECOLOGY & SCIENCE RESIDENCY
July 2017 Forest Row / Brighton, East Sussex UK
Biodynamic Approach To Beekeeping
This edition of BeeTime took place at Emerson college, an adult learning center inspired by the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner. We made visits to the neighboring bio-dynamic farms and the Natural Beekeeping Trust, as well as worked with the School of Sacred Geometry (SOAG) and observed unique and innovative types of beehives. We interacted with beekeepers and farmers who’s biodynamic practices shed new insights into natural beekeeping.
Cristina Ferrández [ES] / Ilaria Villagrassa & Roberto Ghisu [IT] / Florence Boyd [UK] / Jorge Gallardo Altamirano [ES] / Lynne Shapiro [US] / Nessa Darcy [IR] / Karmit EvenZur [IS,UK] / Veronica Marquez-Veytia [MX-ES] / Laila Holwerda [NL] / Joanna Laurie [AUS] and Lydia Heath [UK] & Pol Parrhesia [BG] as artistic advisors.
With the support and collaboration of:
Earth Speaks, ALAVELOCIDADDELALUZ, ONCA Gallery – Brighton, Lydia Heath, Sarah Dowling, Pol Parrhesia, Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru – The National Lottery through the Art Council of Wales, Welsh Government, Sacred Art of Geometry SOAG and Natural Beekeeping Trust UK