Gwago patabágun

August 30th, 2010 Posted in Events

Join Tessa Zettel & Karl Khoe and special guests for a picnic-discussion as part of their work Gwago patabágun _ _ _ We will eat presently (2010). Zettel & Khoe’s site-specific work in front of the MCA consists of a mobile food cart with beehive which will be occasionally open to the public, serving hot pikelets with honey (produced in the cart by native stingless bees). Bring your own plates and cutlery, meet our local bees and take part in a lively dialogue around the precarious past lives and futures of Sydney Cove.

PS Dave from BoBo bikes built the beehive trailer