It is an ascetic labor practice however, and deals with the literal queering of an occupiable space, be it the gallery, the woods, or someone’s living room. I crochet with abhorrent materials in acrid colors to draw the viewer in to make a queer presence known. The interplay between various colors of various styles of lights and my crocheted lines of plastic and fabric with a bit of glitter mixed in create an interstitial moment. By manifesting an in-between I attempt understanding of the utopian potential of queer spaces, very much inspired by Jose Munoz and his notions of queer potentiality. The work performs this as a means of moving beyond our current station in the present allowing for something else, knowing that that something else cannot be known, yet I still try.