A Sonic and Sensory Installation on Honey Making


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DATE/PLACE:
Friday, October 11, 2019 / On Vester Voldgade, right next to Rådhuspladsen, Copenhagen, DK.
15:00-00:00

ORGANISERS:
Melissa van Drie, ‘Sounds Delicious’ Project (Arts & Culture, University of Copenhagen) / Oliver Maxwell, BYBI Honey / Katrine Friss, BYBI Honey / Mia Fryk, Architect.

ABSTRACT:
The ‘Sounds Delicious’ Project (University of Copenhagen) and Bybi (Copenhagen’s urban honey producer) have teamed up to create a magical universe where bees, people and flowers communicate through sound, colour, smell, taste and feeling. Visitors to this enchanted honey factory will use their senses to explore how different species interact, to imagine connections in nature, and to understand how honey is something we make together. Highlights include sound field recordings of queen bees and an archive of the seasons shown in honey. It’s kid-friendly and part of the C40 Mayor’s Summit ‘Live like tomorrow.’

LINK TO EVENT:
https://www.facebook.com/events/vester-voldgade-1552-k%C3%B8benhavn-v-danmark/the-magical-urban-honey-factory/901361503598422/