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An absence, twice removed is a speculative fiction story constructed both through sculptures and text. It is a modification of the story of Echidna, a monster in Greek mythology considered to be the mother of monsters. It starts from the premise: what if the mother of monsters was in a queer relationship and had a fight? What if it bred all of these monsters to keep this relationship alive? It talks about queer futurity and an extended idea of the trace and queer ephemera as essential to queer survival and reproduction.