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Creating a buzz: a living artwork to attract insects first, humans second

Artist Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg's installation in Cornwall, UK, comprises a garden cultivated with 64 plant species not for human admirers, but insects

17 July 2022 - 00:02 By Veruska De Vita

Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg is an artist. She was born in London, but her family has roots in the Western Cape, where they farmed rooibos in the Cederberg. She introduces herself as Daisy and explains that her name is inspired by the Namaqualand flower of the same name. ..

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