I was in a ruin, taking out the abandoned objects inside, assembling them into a pile, and turning them into a man-made landscape on wide land. In such a landscape, there were remaining broken scene coming from the ruins passing through time and man-made demolition, and there was also an image mountain passing through its own moving and accumulating. They respectively represented two kinds of gradually disappearing landscapes under artificial addition and subtraction.
A month later, I returned to the ruins, and all the objects had disappeared, including the natural landscape. Therefore, I became the only man-made landscapes on the land.