“Bumble Domicile” set up, 2008 Movie from Rob King –
A lengthier take for the bombus impatiens voyeur. The built-in media installation, “Bumble Domicile”, incorporated a lot of things, and is specific at Resonating Bodies (resonatingbodies.wordpress.com). The Bombus impatiens (bumble bee) colony in this online video was integrated into “Bumble Domicile” via the set up “Apiograph” (see online video by that identify, also listed here). Using a stay details feed of the pollination activity from this colony of bumbles found within just the gallery, a virtual back garden was developed, visualizing the genetic variety that bee pollination creates. The colony box sat in a window adjacent to a tiny back garden which was tended by local artists and youth whose interactions with its crops equipped “Apiograph” with knowledge (details at the Resonating Bodies web-site).
Resonating Bodies is a series of built-in media installations and community outreach jobs which focuses on biodiversity of pollinators indigenous to the purely natural and urban ecosystems of Toronto and over and above. It has a YouTube and Vimeo channel.
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