In Topos 101 our author Ute Strimmer reports how bee colonies accidentally came on the roof of the opera in Paris and how urban beekeeping has emerged as a new agratrend in our cities on the heels of urban gardening. This trend is possible because bees are now able to find a more varied diet in the cities than in the country. Learn here more about urban beekeeping and bee activism in L.A.!
Extract from Topos 100 – Time: The city is a matrix that cannot be apprehended in its entirety at once. You cannot visit more than one place at a time. Circumventing this limitation, the French architect and photographer Jérémie Dru found a way to perceive the city – in his case Paris, his hometown – from more than just one point of view.