Every year millions of people migrate temporarily to the seaside. Returning very often to the same places. Like swallows. Marking out and taking over small patches of land without any kind of consensus. Marking out and taking over small patches of land. As if it’s some kind of private playground. The process of facilitating this temporary land grab has had and still has a profound effect on the environment. From building roads, to parking lots, to ice cream stalls and seaside restaurants. Because like a holy grail, everything has to move when the masses move. Consuming massive amounts of products along the way and leaving behind tons of trash that no-one feels responsible for. Showcasing how we as a species view our relationship with the environment we live in which has become increasingly distant and ignorant. Willingly ignoring that what we regard as ours has actually its own pace and was there long before one can imagine.