This project aims to expand on the human relationship with mycelium, as it has power to regenerate the land. By using living mycelium as a functioning material and making a modular ephemeral Land Art Installation, the project hopes to draw awareness to mycelium. Bringing culture back to nature, as well as remediate the site through soil.
This was a summary of the sites visited and how they influenced experimental mycelium sculptures.
To see how this was created in depth, please download the final report of the project.
Alex's ambition is to become an innovative and thoughtful Landscape Architect. She enjoys learning kinaesthetically and visually to reach the outcomes of engaging in symbiotic design. Her prior experience as a gardener and draftsperson has given her practical knowledge about landscape. During Alex's time at QUT, she has learnt to find her own theoretical approach and has grown into her creative and adaptive side to reach holistic outcomes in her Landscape Architecture projects.