This work shows ocean trash on the beach in early spring, off-season. It is a serious environmental problem, and many people find it unpleasant. Ironically, however, it was captivating and looked like some kind of artwork. Human irresponsibility and big ocean waves collaborated in winter to make those objects. I shot hundreds of images, which, by using a photogrammetry technique (the technique of taking measurements from photographs to obtain reliable information about objects and their environment), were scanned and changed to 3-D models. What you see in this film is the reconstructed reality – allowing you to observe ‘reality’ through the eyes of computer graphics. While I only show trash on the beach, the work leads people to different interpretations of it; Japanese people from Tohoku connected it to the devastating tsunami that hit the area 8 years prior, while a person from Europe related it to the growing migrant crisis.