Aganetha Dyck, Cinderella’s Other Shoe (c. 1995-1998) found shoe and beeswax; work completed by honeybees. Installation shot, Fairy Tails, Owens Art Gallery Photo: Roger Smith
Aganetha Dyck reveals how she works with bees to create strange and wonderful art, CBC Artspots, March 29, 2018, archived from 2006
Discover: Aganetha Dyck Bee Comb Sculptures, by Ginger Rudolph, January 30, 2017, HAHAMAG.com
Where Honeybees Thrive, stories from the field by Heather Swan. Page 113-118 - Images and text. Pennsylvania Text University, USA by Heather Swan, 2017
SciArt Magazine Review: "Animal Intent" At Apexart Gallery by Aimee Lusty, February 7, 2017
HAHA, High on Art, Heavy on Antics Discover: Aganetha Dyck Bee Comb Sculptures by Ginger Rudolph, January 30, 2017
Bedford & Bowery Animals Become Artists and Collaborators in This Unique Exhibition by Cassidy Dawn Graves, January 25, 2017
Eyewitness News, abc7NY, WABC-TV Wild Art Exhibit in Tribeca Combines Efforts of Artists and Animals, by Kemberly Richardson, January 18, 2017
dna info Artists and Animals 'Collaborate' in TriBeCa Exhibition, Irene Plagianos, January 9, 2017
HiveLights Beekeeping in art II: Aganetha Dyck by Shannon Moore
Harmilton Arts & Letters magazine - HA&L Portfolio: A 22 Year Collaboration with the Bees by Aganetha Dyck
National Gallery of Canada A Poignant Farewell: Aganetha Dyck at the Tom Thomson Gallery by Shannon Moore
The Globe and Mail In praise of puce? Designers come clean about the off-trend design elements they love by Paige Magarrey
Two pieces of Aganetha's work from her Sizes 8-46 collection will be on display at the Drake Devonshire 24 Wharf Street, Wellington, Canada.
straight.com, Surrey Art Gallery's Flora and Fauna is filled with surprises, by Robin Laurence, October 14, 2014, at 3:53 p.m.
SECONDSIGHT 37, The Artists and The Honeybees, the questionable lightness of bee-ing, Interview by Caridad Botella Lorenzo, May 30, 2014, pages 46-48
The Honey Bee, Aganetha Dyck, Weebly, May 28, 2014
etihadinflight, The Magazine of Etihad Airways BEE-ING ARTISTIC, page 16
inreview 5th biennale international du lin de Portneuf (BILP), Reviewed by Lycia Trouton, Spring 2014.
ignite, Artist Interview: The Buzz around Aganetha Dyck's Relationship with Honeybees, by Pamela Stewart, March 28, 2014.
GEEK SYSTEM, Artist Uses Real Bees to Turn Figurines into Horrifying Beehive People, by Dan Van Winkle, February 21, 2014.
boing boing, Sculptor collaborates with honeybees to cover statues with comb, by Cory Doctorow, February 20, 014.
COMPLEX ART+DESIGN, Aganetha Dyck Partnered With Bees to Create Interesting Sculptures Using Porcelain Statues, by Andrew Lasane, February 20, 2014.
io9, Artist makes gorgeous sculptures in collaboration with bees, by Annalee Newitz, February 20, 2014.
demilked, In Collaboration With Bees, Artist Aganetha Dyck Creates Honeycomb Covered Sculptures</a>, February 20, 2014.
PV Photo Vide, Aganetha Dyck's Sculpting and Drawing Collaboratively with Honeybees, by EGIS, February 20, 2014.
EXCHANGE Morning Post, Gala Celebrates 20 years of the Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery, February 19, 2014.
Winnipeg Free Press, Weird science, International group of artists explores the frontier between avant-garde art and cutting-edge biotech, by Steven Leyden Cochrane, January 9, 2014.
Kopalnia Wiedzy.pl, Człowiek zaczyna, a pszczoły kończą, by Anna Blonska, January 8, 2014.
New "Shrinks" By Aganetha Dyck, Michael Gibson Gallery, November 2013.
Border Crossings Magazine, Felt Feelings: Aganetha Dyck, p.17 - Art pages, p. 77-79, Issue 127, August 2013.
Michael Gibson Gallery, Aganetha Dyck "Felt Feelings", September, 2013.
What gives a work of art its value? By Joe Belanger, The London Free Press, Wednesday, February 20, 2013.
What workplaces need to learn from bees, By Harvey Schachter, Special to The Globe and Mail, Sunday, July 07 2013.
The Art of Science: Collaborations with Bees, by Michele Banks, the Finch + Pea, July 10, 2013.
On the Road / Times Two, Art Works for Change. Posted by Randy Rosenberg, April 22, 2012.
SFU Art Gallery: The Winnipeg Alphabestiary, 11 Stations, By FANNY. June 26, 2012.
James Bawden, The Nature of Inspiration: Inspiring, Thursday, August 2, 2012.
Winnipeg Round Up, Sculptural Vocabularies and Close Encounters, Prairie Artsters.com, by Amy Fung, January 25, 2011.
Buzzing with activity. Sally Cole, The Guardian. August 4, 2011.
Aganetha Dyck: A Hive of Activity. Tess Edmonson. CANADIAN ART. August 25, 2011.
'The Birds and the Bees' C Magazine. Stephanie Vegh + Blog. September 20, 2011.
Interview with Aganetha Dyck: Canadian Visual Artist, By Mason on October 24, 2011 @ 14:10.
Review of LIGHT, Fuse Magazine, Julian Jason Haladyn and Miriam Jordan. Winter, 2011 / 12.
The CANADIAN DESIGN RESOURCE - Sports Night in Canada, October 22, 2010.
HIVE AND CAIRN: Communicating With Nature Through Artistic Intervention. COASTLINE JOURNAL. April 7, 2009.
Olympic digital gallery showcases Canadian art, CBCnews.ca, September 21, 2009.
Aganetha Dyck: Imaging the Hive Mind, CANADIAN ART, September 3, 2009.
Letter from the Gold Coast: Precious Moments at Art Basel Miami, Art Tattler International, Art Basel Miami and Satellite Exhibitions,Peregrine Honig, December 4-7, 2008.
Michael Gibson Gallery, Aganetha Dyck News.
Centre for Contemporary Canadian Art, The Canadian Art Database - Aganetha Dyck
Confederation Centre of the Arts. June 1, 2011, Bees create some buzz by taking over art gallery.
Oakville Galleries in Gairloch Gardens. June 5, 2011, The Birds and the Bees.
Burnaby Art Gallery, December 2009, Aganetha Dyck: Collaborations.
Gallery One One One, Aganetha Dyck: Nature as Language - Curated by Serena Keshavjee, November 2000 - Images by Peter Dyck - Introduction: Science, Art, and Bees by Mark L. Winston - Essay by Serena Keshavjee - Essay by Juan Antonio Ramirez
TEDxManitoba: David Zinger: Hive Alive: To Bee or not to Be?
Aganetha Dyck: Guest Workers
My Winnipeg, Exhibition at La Maison Rouge, Paris
The London Free Press - Collaborating in the Darkness
Links of Interest
Image Essays, Dr. Jim Boogaerts, Birmingham, Alabama
Ariane Cloutier: Évaluation de l'expérience du jeu ludique au sein du processus de création en art contemporain (soutenu le 10 mai 2014 en Sorbonne, Diplôme de Docteur décerné avec une mention très honorable)