Maya beekeepers in the Mexican state of Campeche say their bees are dying and honey harvests have declined since the expanding Old Colony Mennonite communities started planting genetically modified soy. Mennonites, who are the state's main soy producers, arrived in the late 1980s in search of farmland. Nadia Shira Cohen has documented the events for National Geographic.
Musical renditions of three poems originally published in La Piccioletta Barca by: Anna Citrino, Isabel Hernandez Gil-Crespo and Vasiliki Poula
My art is driven by my love for the world and my curiosity concerning its complexities and intricate structures. The overarching theme is attempting to illustrate the elusive space/point, where dualities such as chaos - order, creation - destruction, balance each other.
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