Wolfgang Buttress creates a multi-sensory experience with his sculpture, Beam.
Sounds and vibrations from the farm of Glastonbury Festival’s host Michael Eavis, are sent as live signals to the sculpture and woven into a tapestry of light and sound.
The bees are Cornish Black Bees. Their sounds are interwoven with specially composed music.
The ambition is to evoke a sense of peace, a sense of communication with nature, connecting with the real-time activity of honey bees.
Artists and Composers:
Camille Christel Buttress
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