This Land is My Land (2017), a multi-media installation, uses the forum of a political event to simulate (through institutional elements: folding chairs, seal/banners, podium/speech) what a Reproductive Futurist rally might look and feel like. Articulated by American academic Lee Edelman in his book No Future: Queer Theory and the Death Drive, Reproductive Futurism is the central ideological force that drives heteronormative dominance. In extolling the virtues of normative childhood, Reproductive Futurists create a false narrative of the future, one that replicates the past to control the present. The aim then with this piece is to expose this ideological mechanism by delivering its' monolithic ethos in a political context: the rally. Through environmental design, both graphic and stage, the installation produces a space where experimentation with aesthetic forms of subversion and hope are made possible. By using satire and theatricality, This Land is My Land presents a critique on our contemporary political structure, a system that is actively engaged in heteronormative propaganda, to expose the underpinnings of a Reproductive Futuristic agenda.