Spread around a field is a bricolage of houses from different places and historical periods. They are made out of the backdrop of former lived lives and reconstructed to form a museum in the interest of preserving and manufacturing cultural heritage.
Inside the houses, food from different eras is displayed, all in plastic, immune to decay and unchanged year after year. Objects rest on shelves with no other purpose than that of a signifier, styled and grafted to channel the past.
A groups of children are navigating this representation of old age, mixing up personal belongings with historical artefacts and film props. Like ghosts from the present haunting this image of the past. They are turning the museum into a set. Building their own future worlds and leaving past and present behind.