My film .obj Worship chronicles the cyclical journeys and reflections of an androynous deity named Mazu, a sea goddess and shaman mythologized within Fujian province in Southern China. By producing and animating a digital avatar loosely based on my likeness and inserting them into various digital-ambient environments, I reimagine Mazu as a contemporary queer deity, one that leans into the healing powers of water, the complexity of coastal identities, and the desire for transformation and healing. The film uses the framework of iterative calling to situate Mazu as an emotional reprogramming loop–the act of inviting her is a step towards the process of remothering.