Mosses flourish wherever they please. They made the beds of our ancestors, covered wounds, and provided nourishment. They continue to thrive today, regardless of our interferences.
Witches Hair is a creative nonfiction piece and research work that uses memoir to delve into the intergenerational relationships between women within a matriarchal family. The project also studies some varieties of moss and lichens, which act as metaphor, allowing for a feminist-leaning reflection on behavior that refuses to fit into the social mold, and resonates through generations.