Through 2018, artist Issay Rodriguez conducted a local artist residency with Bellas Artes Projects in Bataan, Philippines, which strongly influenced her practice around honey bees and its social, ethological, and spiritual implications. Here, she explores the possibility of augmented and virtual reality in art production to promote a new medium for aesthetic experience. By interpreting Rudolf Steiner’s Hegaxonal Force (Dornach lectures, 1923), where beehives are described as having a life process that mirrors the human brain, viewers are thus immersed in a beehive. Their actions shall direct the visual make-up of a 2-5 minute walkthrough of a golden habitat. During Art Fair Philippines, around 66 visitors a day can be accommodated at the art/n23 Incubator Booth to try the installation using VR goggles.