Climate events around the world have inspired technofixes (e.g., SpaceX, Svalbard’s Seed Vault) that reenact fantasies and fears about the division between nature and humankind. Inspired by speculative feminist works, I am interested in how animacy emerges in sites of precarity to disrupt Westernized knowledge systems and their subsequent solutions. Like Donna Haraway’s interpolation of Bruno Latour’s Gaïa stories, my works meditate on the intimate yet expansive ways in which nature and human vulnerability are intertwined. I use water and paint to create layers; I scrape through them to reveal warm and/or cool colors. These diffuse and spontaneous actions aim to generate organic patterns resembling nebula, volcanic fissures or abandoned forests. Following the practices of anthropologist Anne Tsing, my visual mark-making speculates on the “art of living on a damaged planet.” What potentialities emerge through observation? What kinds of life or ways of living unfold? Who unfolds - and how? As bright, vulnerable shapes circulate, entangle and collide, I imagine a universe in which nothing is untethered - and everything belongs.