Mycelium is the vegetative state of fungi that often gives rise to mushrooms. Underneath our forests or within the mass of organic substrates, they act as nature’s most sophisticated glue- transporting, breaking down and feeding so many parts of our ecosystem. This natural material technology is central to the work of Mae-Ling Lokko and Gustavo Crembil. Groundmurmurs is made up of a suspended catenary mesh of mycelium cylinders. The ancient relationship between the underground mycelia soldiers and trees are inverted. The participatory, distributed assembly of Groundmurmurs is a critical aspect of the mycelia-like methodology. The work aims to showcase and engage an existing, robust social infrastructure already present in Arnhem.