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    • Storyboard Optics

      A glass-enclosed bee hive of 3,000 bees sits on stage, and bee sounds are amplified and sent through a mixer, manipulated in real time according to the instructions in the score.

    • Storyboard Optics

      Bees: A series of compositions and large-scale video multimedia spanning from 1996–2001 The original Bee Project #1 premiered at the Oakland Museum as part of Sound Culture 1996. Performers: Wendy Reid; violin, Gino Robai; percussion; Miya Masoaka, koto.

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