Panning for Gold 2019
These works are part of my ongoing exploration of the mysteries surrounding honeybees. For centuries, humans have been drawn to the gold of the honeycomb, seeking to understand our place in the universe. As part of this project, I created six 'Temple Hives' sculpted from polystyrene salvaged from the North Sea. These installations were exhibited at Grays School of Art, where they served as vessels for creativity and the backdrop for my performance 'Panning for Gold.' Through this art, I seek to delve into the rich symbolism and significance of bees and their honey, inviting viewers to consider their own place in the natural world.