In Summer 2019, I came across “The Wedges” (1970) by Robert Morris in Fairmount Park. Inspired by how the sculpture interacts with its surrounding environment, I used it as the basis for a durational, site-specific improvisational dance film. I filmed in early October, late November, and early March 2020. Little did I know that shortly after filming for the last time in the sculpture, a pandemic would sweep the globe, forever altering our relationship with public art and public space. I edited this film during quarantine, from March to June 2020. It is an exploration into how a place, in this case The Wedges in Fairmount Park, is impacted by the ceaseless charge of time, as well as how the act of returning to a space can seem to deconstruct the illusion of time itself.