WHO IS PROVIDING THE HONEY THAT WILL BE SERVED AT MoMA STUDIO: EXCHANGE CAFÉ?
As you learned last week, we are gearing up for our upcoming program MoMA Studio: Exchange Café which opens up May 24 through June 30, 2013. For this Studio, tea, milk, and honey—products that directly engage the political economy—will be available by exchange. We introduced you to our tea providers, Feral Trade Courier last week and this week, we want to tell you about our honey suppliers,
Jan Mun of BeeSpace.

About our collaborator: BeeSpace honey is the by-product of ongoing research on biopolitics. BeeSpace explores the control of bee populations to allow humans to productively remove honey from the hive. Honey is cultivated in hives in Battery Park, collectively harvested by a working group, and given away, not sold.

WHO IS PROVIDING THE HONEY THAT WILL BE SERVED AT MoMA STUDIO: EXCHANGE CAFÉ?

As you learned last week, we are gearing up for our upcoming program MoMA Studio: Exchange Café which opens up May 24 through June 30, 2013. For this Studio, tea, milk, and honey—products that directly engage the political economy—will be available by exchange. We introduced you to our tea providers, Feral Trade Courier last week and this week, we want to tell you about our honey suppliers,

Jan Mun of BeeSpace.

About our collaborator: BeeSpace honey is the by-product of ongoing research on biopolitics. BeeSpace explores the control of bee populations to allow humans to productively remove honey from the hive. Honey is cultivated in hives in Battery Park, collectively harvested by a working group, and given away, not sold.

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