My body is not mine. I listen to the sound of floating strangers who make up my body. They move around in a system, and jump from body to body in their invisible trajectories. They are bacteria, fungus, viruses, and parasites that connect bits of me to bits of you. In their world, nothing is alone. Everything is connected. We overlap. My art lives like these secrete intruders. I reappropriate public spaces and systems in order to produce and circulate my work, similar to how viral or parasitic vectors borrow their hosts’ metabolism or biological cycles. Rather than producing more, I choose to re-produce or ‘para-produce,’ altering existing relations of matter and perception. As floating strangers in a system, my artworks appear, disappear, and reappear through others’ unforeseen discoveries and everyday trajectories.