"Non-intrusive bee monitoring"
Artist, researcher and founder of the Brussels Urban Bee Laboratory (BUBL), she will speak about her experience convening artists, scientists and technologists to observe bee colonies in non-intrusive setups to better understand their roles as pollinators and caretakers of biodiversity, as well as to study their relation to the urban environment as an element for its resilience.
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AnneMarie Maes is an artist and researcher. Her work includes sculpture, video, photography, installation and public participation. Her research practice combines art and science with a strong interest for DIY technologies. Many of her installations and long-term projects (such as the Beehives Project, Urban Corridors or the Laboratory for Form and Matter) use biological, digital and traditional media, including live organisms, and have been exhibited worldwide. She uses technological mediation to search for new forms of communication with the natural world to make the invisible visible.