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Kit Williams discusses his book, “The Bee on the Comb.” It consists of a series of artwork that was originally oil painted on linen. Williams explains that the story is from the bees’ point of view and describes the similarities between bees and humans. He says that the book is untitled but that the title can be found within the book. Williams also shares that he is hosting a contest for readers to translate or depict the hidden title in what he or she is good at and that the entries will be featured in an exhibition. He goes on to say that life is cyclical and talks about the seasons. Williams’ interview ends at the pause at the end of the video.