The film shows the installations integrated to the landscape that they features the existing characteristics of the sites and offers people a way to experience the space. Four selected sites are all public spaces surrounded by natural elements and the different kinds of installation varies people’s interaction to the sites. For example, the flat pool in Lincoln center mirrors its surroundings to extend the view of the green roof like part of the ground and slows down the paces as people walking by. For first two sites, located in Manhattan, the installations look keeping a profile as low as possible so they won’t block the view from any sides. In contrast, the last two sites, in the same park, are free standing installations that their gestures look more active to attract people and provide the platform for occasional social activities arranged programmatically in the park. The bird sound clip used throughout the film is to convey the natural ambience and background of those landscape installations.