Did you know that bees are responsible for two-thirds of the food production by way of being principle pollinators?
BEES BEING adds an interactive element to an existing public artwork, titled ‘Across the Oceans their Fragrances Intermingled’, located on the glass ceiling in the Albert Lane building, in Brisbane.
BEES BEING applies augmented reality technology to the existing artwork, animating the various behaviors of bees against a backdrop of the poppies, chrysanthemums and clouds feature in the stencilled design. This is an interactive experience you can view through your mobile device.
Pamela See is a visual artist who uses papercutting to engage a diversity of digital media ranging from vector-based animation to 3D printing. Since 1997, she has contributed to artistic events across Australia, Europe, North America and Asia. This includes features in Conflux Festival and The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival in New York. Collections to house examples of her artwork include the National Gallery of Australia, the National Portrait Gallery and the Huaxia Papercutting Museum. She recently completed a Doctor of Philosophy at Griffith University. She is presently undertaking a Master of Education at QUT.