Daily Pic: The “Made By Bees” vase, by Tomáš Gabzdil Libertiny, from a show called “Action!: Design Over Time,” in the design department at the Museum of Modern Art. It’s one of the most exciting exhibitions now on in New York, with objects that rewrite their field more than most works of fine art do. The show explores current design trends in which objects are generated over time by a flexible process - by some kind of design algorithm or other - rather than by a single, fixed “drawing” with a predetermined shape in mind. One way or another, these objects live in time as well as space. The honeycomb vase comes about by giving 40,000 live bees a form to work around, and letting them do the work of building the vessel, layer by layer, in about a week.