Lichens, mosses and fungi have existed for eons in symbiosis with one another and with the plant life around them, representing a fundamental element of ecosystems in many habitats — even inside caves. The simplicity of their forms belies the complexity of their functions, and their ubiquity and longevity bespeak a primordial wisdom generally overlooked by humans. Here their delicate forms coexist in an imagined cave setting: bioluminescent fungi, mosses and ferns making their endless exchanges.
2017 | 32" x 32"
Edition of eleven archival inkjet prints from the original pigment pencil drawing.