Honey Highway

‘We have always had a symbiotic relationship with bees, and built their hives as we did our own homes: first in caves, then with mud, then woven thatch, then wood, then plastic. When the International Style rolled out across the globe and local building traditions were displaced, so were regional bee-keeping customs.’


On bee-keeping, modernist architecture & Morocco.
Essay by Stanislava Pinchuk & Nic Dowse.

Lindsay magazine
Issue No. 4, 2019 : Find.

Upcoming: The Data Imaginary – Griffith Art Museum, July 2 2021

Upcoming: ARCHAEOLOGY OF LOSS : Career Survey – FAC, 24 July 2021

Postponed Under Lockdown: The Wine Dark Sea – Solo Exhibition, Yavuz Gallery : July 2021