There Can Bee Hope
Interactive performance using a sound scape, honeybee queen costume and interaction with the audience to explore our relationships with honeybees and our dependency on them.
Performed at: Bizarre Love Triangle, Art Engine, Ottawa Art Gallery (July 2019)
My Sexuality & Honey Bees
Illustrated series of works that use honeybees to explore our relationship with our own sexuality and the embodied sexuality of the world around us. Specifically the natural world and honeybees interaction with it. Composed of 22 pieces as of June 2019.
Exhibited at: Venus Envy, Ottawa (June 2019)
Interactive Honey Bee Experience
Immersive honeybee experience using art, play, costumes, smell, story-telling, and taste! The experience helps children of all ages to explore life as a honeybee and build empathy for these fascinating creatures.
Exhibited at: Ontario Science Centre (February 2019)
Illustration (above) and written piece exploring the relationship between honeybees, gender, and power. Part of a large publication called Holon. Inspired by BeeTime artist residency I participated on in Spain in October 2017.
Published in November 2018. Read it.
An illustrated series of six roles in the honeybee hive with humorous descriptions. Viewers are encouraged to take a sticker of one of the honeybees with them and choose where the honeybee “lands”. The honeybees can then be tracked when participants post photos on social media using the hashtag #flylittlehoneybee. Check out the roles.
Exhibited at: This Temporary Matter Exhibition, The Fringe Art Bath Festival (2018)
Comedic, musical performance which takes the audience into the wild and wacky honey bee world. Highlight?! The queen bee breaking the penis piñata while explaining how honeybees mate.
Performed at: Santa Lucia Spain’s Old Mills (October 2017).