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On Talking to Bees

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A reflection on the evolution of group and swarm communications in a multi-city, international collaborative SSHRC-funded research project in support of native pollinators, considering the communications of the bees to their keepers as well as to each other, and how the land as their artistic collaborator communicates to the human partners (the university, the city, the artists), along with human and organizational signals.
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Keywords: Native pollinators; collaborative practice; earth work; environmental art; interdisciplinary; public art

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Emily Carr University of Art + Design

Publication date: June 1, 2019

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