Plastic sheeting, undisclosed amount, sizes variable
An undetermined number of plastic sheets is buried underneath all the lawns in the local parks of the old Lenthe estates. They have the shape of life-size, lying (swimming, flying) bodies. Most of the time they remain invisible. The bodies only emerge after a number of hot and dry weeks of summer, when the grass dries out above the plastic.
The sheeting isolates the grass from the humidity stored underground. As long as there is enough rainfall, the lawn survives notwithstanding it being just a relatively thin layer, and doesn't show what's underneath. It only starts to get harmed after a longer dry spell.
Away from direct access, possibly remaining out of sight completely, until at some indefinite point something emerges. So is this a decentralised monument? Is it about the ancestors, whose decisions continue to shape our world? Or is the park becoming something like an impromptu cemetery? What if these figures start to appear everywhere?
If or how many of them start to show is unknown. Or how precisely they are going to show. This sort of photogram has a bad resolution. Even if nothing happened, it wouldn't mean the work wouldn't be present. Those bodies are all around, and they take effect constantly, and not only to the lawn.