(2019 -) is an ongoing body of work informed by Queer Ecology, a theory that connects environmental studies and queer theory and that breaks down dualisms and human understandings of the natural and unnatural, the alive and not alive. This work considers harmony with nature as a form of healing and care in the wake of trauma by performing cycles of destruction and regrowth. Influenced by the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, a health crisis which has led to mandatory isolation on a global scale, with pulp engages with these ideas of healing, nature, and unnaturality in a newly developing and unknown social environment.