Right down on the beach flats in south Santa Cruz county there is a 12 foot high, privately owned sea wall that stretches maybe a quarter of a mile. Million dollar houses sit behind it. The wall is just one of several layers of security that include a gate and a private security patrol; private property laws exerted in the tsunami zone. The wall is constructed from curved concrete, which arcs towards the water, engineered to both repel and mimic a wave. The fortress-like blankness of the wall and the shuttered houses behind it is broken by the charcoal graffiti scrawled upon it by people who make fires on the beach. A collaboration between the two artists, the video was shot by Harvey Collins, who recently moved to the area, and edited blind by Roberts, processing the landscape out of context. Place-specific narrative breaks down as the scene passes through multiple mediations, the piece evolving as a conversation between the two artists. A visual transference occurs, commuting the distance between the West Coast and the familiar landscape of wealthy suburban anywhere, engaging broader questions of self-isolation, cultural and aesthetic sameness, and public space.