This piece was made for the specific location of a derelict house in South London. Five structures huddle around the hearth - the left behind and forgotten, long after the house has been abandoned. They relate to one another through the materials from which they are made and their configuration - reminiscent of a family group. The aesthetic of the work echoes that of the abandoned house. The materials will form part of the Quaternary layer of geology – that of made ground, landfill, and the technofossils of the future. The structures take the form of stacks of gabion baskets, referencing the engineering of flood defences.