[about 4 meter wide & 2 meter high wall in PAC c01 at Loft345, Guangzhou, China]
fungi are HYPER-MICROBS. unicellular organisms that are macroscopic. although they usually have many nuclei and some separations between them, these are still allowing the essential biological information to flow. even the most advanced fungi form a body, that is essentially inter-connected on the bio-nuclear level. they are SUPERCELLS that stretch for miles. its a mind bending paradox indeed that these (hyper-)microbs are the biggest organisms that have ever existed on our planet. generally resembling animal cells (with a hard cellular wall that seperates them from the environment), they lack the constitutional for them sensory receptors - centriole responsible for reacting to light waves and flagella responsible for movement (being somehow a faculty of touch?). fungi are alike blind & static, gigantic unicellular animals enclosed in a plant-like spore.