A woodpecker, Hi8 videofilm, 15 min

This film is an exploration of continuity between different generations' use of landscape .
The film begins with alternating long shots of a poplar tree moved by the storm and a silent and empty living room furnished in an old fashionend way. The next images follow a boy carrying a bow and arrow, roaming about a greened noise barrier by the road. In contrast, these shots are interposed by images showing details of the bare living room. They also show an old lady, reading excerpts from the Day Trippers' Lexicon, including passages about rubber boots, stinging nettles, lawn mowers, the bow and arrow, and so on.