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Plan Bienen at Neolife

Sumugan presented Plan Bienen at Neolife, the Inaugural (Rest of the World) Society for Literature, Science and the Arts Conference organised by SymbioticA at the University of Western Australia, 1–3 October. Our working paper ‘Disappearing Humans’, a corollary to ‘Disappearing … Continue reading

28. December 2015 by sumugan
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‘Statements of Profits and Loss / Rates of Exchange’ Art Laboratory Berlin

In June we presented ‘Statements of Profits and Loss’ at Art Laboratory Berlin. The exhibition showcased three Notgeld designs, documenting exchanges of honey – for various things – that took place last year between Oliver Rudzick and Lucinda Dayhew, Bärbel … Continue reading

10. August 2015 by sumugan
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Moabit Imkerinnen

Here at ZK/U we have our own little colony of bees to observe, maintained by the Moabienen Mitimkern, a team of busy young beekeepers who are bringing a number of beehives and bee-related activities to the neighbourhood of Moabit, one of … Continue reading

24. June 2014 by Tessa
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Sharing Berlin

Last week we attended part of the 5th OuiShare Summit in Berlin, a congregation of collaborative economies enthusiasts and advocates. Amongst those presenting their own (very real) approaches to a post-monetary world in this most resourceful and ‘creative’ of European … Continue reading

18. June 2014 by Tessa
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“Geruchssinn der Bienen” by Karl von Frisch (1927)

The film “Geruchssinn der Bienen” by Karl von Frisch (1927). Source: IWF/C56. By kind permission of IWF. Sourced from: Tania Munz, ‘Numbering Bees—A History of the Bee Language: Karl von Frisch, the Honeybee Dances, and Twentieth-Century Sciences of Communication.’ Karl … Continue reading

16. June 2014 by sumugan
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The language of bees

Max Planck Institute. Karl von Frisch and the honeybee dance language.

26. April 2014 by Tessa
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