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Sentient

SENTIENT
/ˈsɛntɪənt,ˈsɛnʃ(ə)nt/

adjective
adjective: sentient
able to perceive or feel things.


Fungi are more closely related to animals than plants.
Fungi as articulating themselves using a chemical vocabulary. Chemical language.
Like plants, fungi can see colour across the spectrum using receptors sensitive to blue light – unlike plants, fungi also have opsins, the light-sensitive pigments presented in the rods and cones of animal eyes.
Fungi have no hands with which to manipulate the world, but with psilocybin as a chemical messenger, they could borrow a human body and use its brain and senses to think and speak through. 1


When and how did we decide who can feel?
Lichens are conscious sentient beings.
Fungi, algae move.


1. Sheldrake, Merlin. Entangled Life. Random House, 2020.

Name :

Ana Parrodi

Country :

Mexico

Project :

Sentient

Residency :

Seljavegur

Month :

July / September

Year :

2021

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