My latest WINK review, of Rose-Lynn Fisher’s amazing BEE, is live.
Work on BEE, the handsome and inspiring book by artist and photographer Rose-Lynn Fisher, began the first time she peered at the magnified image of a bee’s eye and realized that its 6,900 hexagonal lenses looked shockingly similar to a honeycomb. Was this a coincidence or a clue, she wondered? Was there a deeper connection between the structure of a bee’s vision and the structures that it builds (“corresponding frequencies expressed in corresponding forms,” as Fisher puts it)? This set her off on a quest which resulted in this award-winning book (2010 International Photography Awards).
Read the full review.