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An Artist's Interpretation of Colony Collapse

An Artist's Interpretation of Colony Collapse

Joseph Smolinski, visiting scholar at Wesleyan’s College of the Environment in Connecticut, is a guest artist at the Green Street Arts Center this month. His exhibit, Colony Collapse, explores the recent disappearance of millions of honeybees. The work focuses on the notion of collapse in relation to human impacts on the environment in drawing, video and 3D printed sculpture forms.

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