Facultative Mutualism

FACULTATIVE MUTUALISM

DEFINITION: A TYPE OF MUTUALISM IN WHICH THE INTERACTING SPECIES DERIVE BENEFIT FROM EACH OTHER BUT NOT BEING FULLY DEPENDENT THAT EACH CANNOT SURVIVE WITHOUT THE SYMBIOTIC PARTNER

The athletic practice is the protagonist in this exploration of art as a method conducive to knowledge. By translating the perception of experiences to suitable visual mediums, the aim of the artist is not always to establish absolute truth, but to achieve growth and discover meaning in processes.

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