Using found video footage of a tangle of obsolete communication technologies, cut with static and glitches and overlaid with soundscapes that reflect the reception, transmission and relay, the video attempts to alter the modalities of microbial and geologic time at work in the Mediocene. It gives non human forms of life vibrance. It seeks other forms of life not in the futurity of the astral, but in the present-marginalised. The crust of communication sediment will be utilised as a metaphor to think about migration and the accumulation of loss and longing. A performance overlays three (fictional) passages in the voice of a mollusk (an earthly manifestation of the spiral gallaxy), a rock (an object-oriented sentience) and an invasive weed (an agent of decolonisation). This oral story/folktale, as a form of de-cannonization, is an imagined, already existent form of non-human language, coded with the ghosts and absences of those othered or forgotten. The piece draws on a variety of media in order to think about contemporary politics, the heritage value of media residue, arguing for archive, a transnational understanding of the anthropocene and invites, without erasure, a clearing for the blue.