Category Archives: Discussion

Festooning on Foucault

Festooning and Hermione Spriggs present performative reading circle of “Foucault’s Birth of the Apiary” during the BU 808 Gallery’s Exhibition Systems:ECOnomies. A darker day among the inflatable, but a rewarding experience shared between Lynne Cooney, Clair Grace, Hana van der

Festooning on Foucault

Festooning and Hermione Spriggs present performative reading circle of “Foucault’s Birth of the Apiary” during the BU 808 Gallery’s Exhibition Systems:ECOnomies. A darker day among the inflatable, but a rewarding experience shared between Lynne Cooney, Clair Grace, Hana van der

Full Circle

Documentation from performative exchange Telling the Bees? and Where’s Your Honey between artists Hermione Spriggs, Susan Sakash, and Heather Kapplow. This evening brought many ideas and actions full circle in a poetic way. Thanks, Colette, for your hard work editing

Full Circle

Documentation from performative exchange Telling the Bees? and Where’s Your Honey between artists Hermione Spriggs, Susan Sakash, and Heather Kapplow. This evening brought many ideas and actions full circle in a poetic way. Thanks, Colette, for your hard work editing

Urban Hex #7: Polarized Light Mural @ Museum of Science

On a recent visit to Boston’s Museum of Science I was blown away by Austine Wood Comarow’s mural Human Connections “painted” with polarized light in 1986. When you view the piece through different lenses you are able to see completely

Urban Hex #7: Polarized Light Mural @ Museum of Science

On a recent visit to Boston’s Museum of Science I was blown away by Austine Wood Comarow’s mural Human Connections “painted” with polarized light in 1986. When you view the piece through different lenses you are able to see completely

Telling the Bees? & Where’s Your Honey? Sunday 3/17 @ 808 Gallery 6pm

This Sunday, March 17, we invite you to huddle inside of the inflatable beehive for a performance and reading circle. Join artists Hermione Spriggs (UK/San Diego) and Susan Sakash (Providence, RI) in a creative cross-pollination and conversation combining respective projects

Telling the Bees? & Where’s Your Honey? Sunday 3/17 @ 808 Gallery 6pm

This Sunday, March 17, we invite you to huddle inside of the inflatable beehive for a performance and reading circle. Join artists Hermione Spriggs (UK/San Diego) and Susan Sakash (Providence, RI) in a creative cross-pollination and conversation combining respective projects

Learning Curve?

Our friend and admirable builder of the great dodecahedron beehives, Ron Breland suggested that rather than a parabolic curve, Honeybee Festoons might follow the laws of the Catenary Curve. He told us- Rather than a parabolic curve, I believe the

Learning Curve?

Our friend and admirable builder of the great dodecahedron beehives, Ron Breland suggested that rather than a parabolic curve, Honeybee Festoons might follow the laws of the Catenary Curve. He told us- Rather than a parabolic curve, I believe the

Shake, Waggle & Drone: Utopia @ Mattress Factory

Maria was invited as a visiting artist to teach a Honeybee and Shaker movement workshop to Kevin Clancy and David Pohl’s 7-9 year olds in Pittsburgh. ARTLAB: UTOPIA was a two week intensive for kids, part of The Mattress Factory’s

Shake, Waggle & Drone: Utopia @ Mattress Factory

Maria was invited as a visiting artist to teach a Honeybee and Shaker movement workshop to Kevin Clancy and David Pohl’s 7-9 year olds in Pittsburgh. ARTLAB: UTOPIA was a two week intensive for kids, part of The Mattress Factory’s