Jasmine Hearn presents a performance that evokes pleasure memory specific to Black women and non-gender conforming folx through grief and joy. Through movement, sound, and storytelling they/she question/s how can she offer space and time so her body can fly. They recall previously made solo projects “if god left the lights on could we walk alone at night” from 2012 and “mama am I clean yet” from 2014. Folded into one, Hearn references both choreographic pieces using original text and song, storytelling, and improvisational dance. Hearn plays the role of TIME in Alisha B. Wormsley’s film Children of NAN: Mothership.