In Beebubble, Loher explores the vital role that bees play in our food supply and the threats they face from changing environmental conditions. She makes specific reference to the Colony Collapse Disorder, a phenomenon that led to the world-wide disappearance of worker honey bees. .
Beebubble offers a glimpse into the extraordinary language developed by honeybees to communicate the distance, direction and quality of a food source. Bees that have returned from foraging perform a group of movements that closely resembles a figure eight. Also known as the “waggle” dance, this mode of communication has been threatened by industrial food production and its use of pesticides.