A grid system in four components: site, threshold, harm, and a shaky content which is susceptible to change. Or: a means of keeping things in one location for enough time to understand what exactly is occurring. Narrative. Then it rains. It rains for 3 days directly, and the town disappears. Then you vanish. I'm considering the evening you opened the entranceway of your property and tossed the book into the garden. Dark yard. An intermediary text, architecture just isn't for children. Architecture is not the household, exactly what surrounds it. In the event that grid gets damp, you then simply slide off it, into the rain. This is certainly an act of repetition made possible by the structure, but only if the structure fails.