In order to creatively engage with the existing structures and contexts both the cardboard and Koi fish installations used the public context of car parks and the biannual council clean-up weekends as opportunities to create artworks that directly reflect and comment on the spaces we engage with daily. Both series of works remind us of the impermanence of our lives and the things within it, as well as the inevitable changes that disrupt the solidarity and permanence of what exists for us in that moment in time and represents the transient passages of nature.