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Secretive Victorian Artists Made These Intricate Patterns Out of Algae

Secretive Victorian Artists Made These Intricate Patterns Out of Algae | Arts & Culture | Smithsonian

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'No Limits' by Alexandre Arrechea, New York | Art | Wallpaper* Magazine: design, interiors, architecture, fashion, art

Artist and beekeeper Ren Ri builds transparent polyhedrons and cubes with an inner framework of wooden dowels, at the center of which he places the queen. After introducing the rest of the hive, he then rotates the sculpture every seventh day based on the roll of a die. The dice roll create an element of randomness, and also changes the effect of gravity, causing the bees to build in different directions resulting in more evenly dispersed forms.

By Iris Anna Regn Many years ago, a very dear friend gave me an antique Chinese plate that she had been bequeathed as a family heirloom. She wrapped the porcelain in tissue and was rushing down the...