Nestled in the heart of Adirondack Park there are vast swaths of sphagnum moss stretching across the horizon. Ancient black spruce trees and fields of sedges pepper a dense blanket of green, red, and gold moss. This spongy riot of color and texture conceals another world beneath the surface. What looks like a wide and flat valley is actually a floating raft of vegetation submerged in water.

This is not a meadow or tundra stretching across solid ground. This is a water-logged burial ground frozen in time. Charlies solo show investigates this land and our changing climate that threatens to upset the delicate balance of water and life in these habitats.