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The hive strikes back

Can the hive save us?

an ecofeminist exploration of deliverance

In Honey Child, June's unexpected pregnancy hosts the only hope for the endangered hive, and for humanity itself. 

As her unborn bee-child begins to seep into June's consciousness, she falls into a relationship with a mysterious beekeeper, conflict with her partner Ethan and her recently divorced mother Agatha. 

If the hive is going to save us, will it cost our individuality?

video from Kristin Hatgi Sink's "Consuming Nature, Nature Consuming"

image from Marilyn Arsem's "The Color of Power (sleeping in honey)"

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