Blue Moon Honeysuckle Project

Honey suckle powered by the blue moon

A collaborative project on the theme of plants. Artists Joanna Bond and Ruth Hogg are collaboratively creating work that is practice based research involving science cymatics and arunio boards, performance art, dance, singing, drawing, ceramics, film and cyanotype photography. 

Blue Moon Honeysuckle is a site specific performance art movement piece conceived, devised, created, performed by Ruth Hogg and Joanna Bond. Documented by Ruth Hogg.

 It is inspired by the July 2015 blue moon, honeysuckle, daisies, love and shamanic practices. The location presented the flowers whose symbolism was appropriate to the ritual enacted within the performance. The concept of flow and release which is explored in the piece is embodied by the moving waters of the river.

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s embrace in its clinging growing habits. The heady fragrance of the flowers was believed to induce dreathe bloom is brought into the house a wedding is said to follow within the year. The honeysuckle’s berries are poisonous.

Honeysuckle has been burned as incense since ancient times within homes and dwellings for prosperity. It is said that burning ho””

 

 

s embrace in its clinging growing habits. The heady fragrance of the flowers was believed to induce dream the bloom is brought into the house a wedding is said to follow within the year. The honeysuckle’s berries are poisonous.

Honeysuckle has been burned as incense since ancient times within homes and dwellings for prosperity. It is said that burning ho””