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Hilary Berseth. Programmed Hive #7, 2008. sculpture made in collaboration with bees. honeybee comb on board mounted on hive super, wood, polystyrene foam, wire, metal

Hilary Berseth Programmed Hive 2007 Honeybee comb on board mounted on hive…

Hilary Berseth. Programmed Hive #7, 2008. sculpture made in collaboration with bees. honeybee comb on board mounted on hive super, wood, polystyrene foam, wire, metal

Programmed Hive 2008 Hilary Berseth made these sculpture with a lof of help from bees. He constructs a basic framework made of wire and wax, the bees add then their honeycomb. The process takes time and the outcome is not predictable.

Artist Hilary Berseth collaborates with honeybees to create intricate sculptures made of beeswax and honey. He builds a template for the shape he wants, places it inside the hive in the Spring, and waits. (And waits.) The outcome is often different than he expects, as the bees riff on his guidelines and add their own input into the process. But that's how you arrive at a truly delicious partnership, right? @Jess Longobardo

Artist Hilary Berseth collaborates with honeybees to create intricate sculptures made of beeswax and honey. He builds a template for the shape he wants, places it inside the hive in the Spring, and waits. (And waits.) The outcome is often different than h

Picked by Moe Umad. GAD Foundation. #gokhanavcioglu #gadarchitecture #gadfoundation

A photo of a natural beehive that was the inspiration for the sculptural shapes of the structure of Shirley Watts' design for 'A Garden of Mouthings'