During the COVID pandemic, I would take my daughter for walks on our one-hour-outside time. Along the way, we would discover all sorts of things that had been forgotten about, abandoned, and left to nature.
I am fascinating between the juxtaposition of our ever-changing and transient lifestyles compared to the unchanging possessions that we once used, but now neglect. We often pass these things daily, but become blind to their presence, as if they have no more purpose and have been discarded.
This is a curation of those possessions, to serve as a memory. Already, some of these things have been removed entirely.