Dominating a large and rather empty arena is a central monumental figure on a plinth. A black fabric is draped over the figure, secured by looping ropes that reach out to the ends of the canvas. Hanging from these ropes are various objects including two microphones, a pair of shoes, a license plate and clock. Hovering behind him is a square cut out in the cloudy backdrop of this scene. The only clue regarding his identity is the Latin inscription on the plinth 'In Hoc Loco Aetermitas', perhaps a reference to the divine personification of eternity of ancient Roman religion. Through this imagery, Greaves presents a paradox. Monuments are often understood as a tool to celebrate, honour, memorialize and even eternalize a significant figure. Yet, he is treated with dishonour, his identity is concealed, and his relevance denied. Furthermore, only two dogs that roam the scene seem to acknowledge the presence of this monument.