THE HIVE MIND AND DRIVERLESS TECHNOLOGY
24 March 2019
QAGOMA

Summary

Comprising a working hive of European honey bees, still images and video, Anne Noble’s project for APT9 celebrates the bee and its significance in our world. In this monthly series, hear from experts from a range of fields talk about the integral role this humble insect plays in reflecting and sustaining the world around us.

In this edition during World Science Festival Brisbane, Zara Stanhope, Curatorial Manager, Asian and Pacific Art, QAGOMA, is joined by Jack Wilson Stone, founder of Brisbane-based Bee One Third Honey and Professor Srini Srinivasan, Queensland Brain Institute, The University of Queensland.

Installation view, Anne Noble, Conversatio: A cabinet of wonder  2018, included within the 9th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT9) / Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane / Image courtesy: Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art / Photography: Natasha Harth

The hive mind and driverless technology is a World Science Festival Brisbane Affiliate Event.

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Location

GOMA, Stanley Place, South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Age Recommendation

All ages.

Session Times

The Hive Mind And Driverless Technology

24 March 2019

30mins 2:30pm

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