I’m delighted that my Ghost Bees are going to make another appearance, during October at the “Dark Arts” show in the Barnfield Theatre front-of-house gallery.
They started life as part of Teignmouth Recycled Art In the Landscape (TRAIL), over the summer holidays. They symbolise bees that have died, bees that are not.
My collaborator Cleo and I had twelve Ghost Bees hovering in the flower bed between Teignmouth Pavilions and Pier. Five of my eight and three of Cleo’s four remained at the end of the summer, which to me also symbolises bee loss! My five will be the ones to appear in the Barnfield, I think crawling up the walls and round corners.
Who ya gonna call? @Ghostbeesters!!