Block addresses the traces of human ideals, hopes and designs as evidenced in the built environment and uses them as its building materials. Taking the concrete surfaces of high-rise social housing estates as symbolic of a wider, faded brutalist aesthetic, the surfaces are digitally collaged, twisted and bent into forms to create quasi-functional, Big-Tech monuments to the ideologies of the projects they represent. Transposed into an anonymous, barren, rural environment the images become displaced, future monuments to the mismanaged hopes of mass-ideological urban projects redolent of sci-fi dystopias in a post everything world.