Throughout the enterprise of human civilisation, it has been deemed important to be able to control the natural environment for the benefit of progress,
which in turn has led to a tendency to divide the natural and the cultural
sphere. In an attempt to rejuvenate an understanding of the biosphere as
one of constant cross-contamination, “Entangled Life” emphasises the notion of fungal networks as an encouraging force in decentralising humanity,
thus transgressing anthropocentric notions of perceiving the world.