The image shows a GoGo boy spitting on his cock, lost in a beautiful overgrown garden. The work references religious visualisations of the garden of Eden, conjuring up ideas of queer utopias. Because the garden is overgrown and the GoGo boy is alone, the work also recognises the extreme losses caused by AIDS. It speaks to a generation of younger gay men who are rebuilding or reimagining a space for queer optimism. It is a bittersweet space that it acknowledges the huge weight that has lifted with the advent of new treatment and prevention options as well as empty space left by a previous generation of gay men wiped out by the epidemic.