Mew Filsinger (formerly Matthew Weiderspon) was raised in northern Colorado and currently lives in Brooklyn, New York. Being with Mew's scattered floor dispersals, calling sounds, and bodily gestures asks viewers to take a closer look at the situated and relational material intimacies of a rural, familial, femme disorientation. In an affective poetics of approximation, the material and performative echoes of these spatial suggestions mark a present past of loss. Queering scale, association, and spatial orientation, the work also prompts reconsiderations of hope in precarious conditions. Drawing inspiration from environmental and queer theorists, the work engages possibilities for being in kinship with the material world of soil types, aggregates, seeds, branches, bones, twine, and animal calls and movements.