My artwork builds universes on the edge of this one's expansion where the laws of nature are wobbly and unrecognizable. Drawing on Platonic forms, deep sea animals, fungii, and theoretical physics I imagine places that borderline on the inconceivable and unknowable, macroscopic or microscopic, the alien. My work visualizes the surreality of liminality and isolation. Liminal as a mixed Black queer multigenerational immigrant, whose body, identity, and autonomy is contested and questioned. And isolated as a survivor of domestic abuse and unreported childhood assault. Intermittently and sporadically exiled form myself without my consent, I respond by creating states of nature beyond human comprehension and absent of humans ourselves: my only safe space. I stubbornly privilege the media of girlhood and fandom, taking up space in ways reserved for painting. My mixed media works use coloring pencils, collage, and epoxy clay, and often refuse to cover the visible whites of paper. My universes long for actualization and attempt to escape the page, pushing deep into the picture plane and escaping its surface into three dimensionality. My work is nourished by the poetic parallels and nesting rhythms of new Black feminism's cosmic painterly language, empowered by critical mixed race studies, theoretical cosmology, and deep sea conservation.