This sound art piece interpreted bio-electrical recordings of the growth of living lingzhi mushrooms. After electrodes collect data from lingzhi mycelium, the bio-electrical recordings are saturated by the amplifier and turned into music with algorithm. According to scientists, plants display emotional sensitivity in languages of their own. Electrical signals in plants respond to environmental stimulations, hence through sound, audiences can experience the way patterns and melodies change in relationship to fluctuations in the environment where the lingzhi sculpture were cultivated.
Lingzhi mycelium grows to fill gaps between the woodchip and act like binding agents for the Lingzhi Girl sculptures. Similarly, the sound art acts like mycelium that fills the space of the gallery, linking artworks together in this exhibition.