Bryophytic Relations looks at the complex and mutualistic relationships between moss and lichens and their forest ecosystems homes. This work explores the diversity, niche and complexity contained within the ancient world of bryophytes. Bryophyte diversity is a measure of ecological integrity and thus found in immense quantities within old growth forests. This work is based within the threatened forest systems of the Tarkine, NW Tasmania.
This work is an ongoing project made possible through Tarkine In Motion, a monumental environmental arts event facilitated by the Bob Brown Foundation.