As I move within the urban landscape, I look for things that are changing - shadows on weatherboards, tree leaves changing colour, a house being renovated. I notice them in contrast to that which becomes permanent, like a dead car whose enduring presence can be measured by grass growth. Like opposite crop-circles, long grass pokes out from under the shell of a car in contrast to the neat lawns that have been mowed around it. Whether permanent or changing we’re surrounded by signs of life. These signs embody the relationships we forge between objects and place, and create the familiar backdrop to our lives.