Apiograph was a live visualization of a bee hive's pollination activity, installed in the *new* gallery in Toronto in July of 2008.

In this project we installed an actual bee-hive in the galley, with mesh passageways that lead to the adjacent garden so that the bees could come and go as they please. We tracked be pollination activity by lightly dusting flowers in the garden with a fluorescent tracking powder and using a UV light with computer vision to detect the powder on bees entering and exiting the hive. Based on which flowers we discovered the bees visiting, as well as the genetic code for those flowers, we dynamically generated flowers in a virtual world that was projected inside the gallery.