This site-specific work was constructed in Bunridai Park in Hoya, a western suburb of Tokyo, in 1993. It was a prize-winning work in the Tama Live 21 competition. Several brick elements are integrated into the park’s hillside. A cast bronze sundial uses the hollow of a human skull to tell the time. Poetic text inscribed in the circumference of the sundial describes the character of the site at the time of construction and muses about what future visitors will find. The bronze sundial appears to have been stolen at some point, an eventuality predicted by the work itself.