Landscapes carry histories that speak to us through existing structures, remnants and remains. When appropriated or altered, these structures offer new ways to understand place, and can even provide a physical or metaphorical venue for conversation and commune. These uncanny structures may be transient or mobile, playful or self-serious, and can complicate ideas of what has been and what could be. When histories of a particular site are reimagined in a new medium, they are reinvigorated, and have the ability to bring individuals together.