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HONEY FINGERS

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Creative Studio
︎RMIT Zines (2024)
︎DESA Residency (2024)
︎HF10: 10 Fingers, 10 Years (2023)
︎Apartamento ‘Tuber, or not Tuber’ (2023)

︎’Café Feelings: Labne’ Public Art Park (2023)
︎Wildwood Beekeeping Workshop (2023)
︎’Good Natured’ Australian Design Cntr. (2023)
︎Vivid ‘Natural Wonder’ (2023)
︎’Hive Hands’ (2022)
︎Craft Contemporary (2022)
︎Soft Vibrations (2022)
︎Playground Love, Caves (2022)
︎Mud Talks (2021)
︎Reunion, The Art of Beekeeping (2020-2021)
︎ Poetry zine launch (2020)
︎“Beehives” zine launch (2020)
︎Honey Fingers x Hattie Molloy (2020)
︎Plants / Mulch (2019)
︎Bee Bread / Ferments (2018)
︎Honeycomb Vessel (2017)
︎There is Room at the Table (2017)
︎Postcards / There Are No Words (2017)
︎Swarm Trap, Nishi Hotel (2016)
︎Pane + Miele (2016)
︎Bread + Honey (2015)


Short Films
︎Soft Vibrations (2022)
︎Hive Hands (2022)
︎What it is to be broken, what it is to mend (2021)
︎Reunion (2021)
Featured in: 
︎Upsodown (2023)

Podcasts
︎ABC Radio National: Earshot
︎RRR: Uncommon Sense (2024)
︎RRR: Uncommon Sense (2020)
︎Cleopatra’s Bling Podcast
︎Make Good Podcast

Published Essays
︎Gestalten Books: Urban Farmers
︎Assemble Papers (Swarm Traps)
︎Assemble Papers (Honey Ethics)
︎Dining in Place
︎Bee Project
︎Hotel Hotel: Smoking the Bees
︎House Wear 2
︎Lindsay Magazine
︎Matters Journal
︎Table Magazine
︎The Plant Hunter
︎Blog: A Tribute to Anton Janša

Press
︎Gardening Australia
︎The Age
︎Verve Zine
︎New York Times on Turkey
︎Food Tank
︎Gourmet Traveller
︎Green Magazine (Swarm Trap)
︎Green Magazine (Beehives zine)
︎The Plant Hunter


Mark







“SPARROWS IN THE SUPERMARKET”

Poetry zine launch, MPavilion, Melbourne (March 2020).

Published by: innen Books, Zurich.
Foreword + opening words: Stanislava Pinchuk.
Bread: Boris PortnoyAll Are Welcome.
Ceramics: Samatha McIntyre.
Photos: Sarah Pannell.

Purchase here.












Honey is what geography tastes like.









Sparrows

Whenever it feels weird or bad
I just think about
things that should be wrong
but just seem to work

like

            sparrows in the supermarket.


• Honey Fingers acknowledges First Nations Peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and keep bees