Site 58 is a non-site that attempts to capture the transition of a site that has gone through a post-industrial transition. It is an ongoing exploration of the way society has shifted its values and neglected the intrinsic sentimental value that was once held by the local community. This project is an attempt to preserve the memory of a place that has been forgotten and left to rot away. Through my revisitations of the site, I have documented the repetitions of nature reclaiming the land. Through painting, found objects and installation, I aim to create a space that acts as a relic to the sentimental value that was once present. My work is not only a celebration of the stillness of the site, but also of the cycles of life and death that occur within nature.