The Flower of Life is an ancient geometric symbol that forms a hexagonal floral cluster pattern from overlapping circles. Honeybees rely on their clustering instinct to survive.
Some of the most attractive flowers to honeybees are those with multiple flower clusters, a trait that makes these flowers especially alluring and deadly when exposed to systemic pesticides.
A cluster is the term for the starting point of an investigation for epidemiologists.
I have arranged laboratory-grade petri dishes in this overlapping pattern, each dish lined with a cycle of dead honeybees.