The installation delves into idea of mixed cultural integration, pan-spirituality, and anti-Western agenda. The installation will remain at 13178 Moran St and is between the Swoon and Monster House. The Domer/Swoon House is to be demolished soon, but the spirit of the home and community will be relived through the Kum Kum Tree. The Kum Kum tree bears strange fruit, that evokes the idea of animism- where all things, living or non-living contain spirits and should be respected. During the day time, the strange fruit can be seen twirling in the wind and creating reflections off the mirrors that glisten like fireflies. This was a street collaboration done by Anthony Petit and Bana Kabalan.