This video documents excerpts of a durational performance art work, "mister honey ricequeen", performed in the mapping fields program at MIX Queer Experimental Film Festival in 2011. In this performance, I pour red, black, and white rice into a pile and then sift and separate the grains by color for several hours. The meditative task mimics that of Psyche, a classical mythology character who was cursed by Venus for falling in love with Cupid, and tasked to sorting an enormous pile of grain. The performance prompts audience to act as storyteller as viewers are asked to pluck a piece of paper from a box and read it aloud. Texts that audience read aloud include stories about my queer life and my Indonesian family history, snippets of geopolitical context of the global rice market, excerpts of the sorrowful tale of Psyche, and questions that speculate on how audience members feel about their role in the performance.