Crumbled blocks of concrete are standing in an industrial landscape, forming a group of modern day menhirs. In this work I give new meaning to a piece of wasteland in the seaport of Amsterdam. Several of these wastelands can be found in this area, waiting for a destination. Because of their dysfunctionality, they become places that offer space for “temporary nature”. By setting up this formation of standing stones, I created the remains of a structure made in times of modern construction, suggesting an unknown history of this piece of land. The work consists of photographs of (de)constructed concrete structures, physically placed in the landscape.