Imagine a hybrid medium combining telepathy, television and apiary. A medium of the occult dithering in an interstitial space somewhere between vaporware, fiction and the Internet. It can transmit pictures of the dead and transport the living into the past, into a pre-lapsarian Eden, where the dead write themselves as poems in an ancient, dead language. To us they appear as letters of the alphabet and the photons that give us television images. But also as the noise made by bees. And not just any bees, but specialty bees from Mesopotamia. Such is the medium discovered by Jacob Maker, beekeeper and designer of flight simulators, narrator and protagonist of David Blair's 'Wax or the discovery of television among the bees' (1991).