Mosses were the first plants to emerge from the waters, some 470 million years ago. Beside us on the pavement; resting above us on roofs; hugging rocks and trees – mosses are our omnipresent and often ignored ancestors. What might these living fossils teach us? What stories do they hold?
Taking references from scientific study and the radical space opened up when we shift from a human-centred perspective, this workshop is a collective journey through life at other scales.