In my research-based art practice, I have investigated how objects are imbued with meaning and how they function within our lived experiences by animating and recontextualizing ostensibly conventional objects to highlight their queer potential—to consider alternative and queer ways of being in the world. Currently, I am focused on representing the ephemeral essence of queerness through objects and the shared moments of potentiality they elicit. These research topics are focal points for my ongoing engagement in queer archival practices which offers a means of preserving contemporary experiences and memories across generations. My research aims to identify and articulate intergenerational epistemes and exchanges through histories of collective queer desires expressed through visual materials. Central to my practice is an urgency to build intergenerational connections and community through queer experience and knowledge sharing.