Beijing-based artist Ren Ri bases his work around the relationship between humans and nature by collaborating with honeybees to create sculptures. Yuansu II are sculptures embedded in transparent plastic polyhedrons. In order to induce the insects to create symmetrical wax sculptures, the queen bee is kept at the center of the geometric space. This causes the bees to gather and start building around the center. Every seven days Ri changed the gravity of the developing honeycomb by rotating the box on a different side, determined by a throw of dice. (source).