This body of work is an investigation of the everyday as experienced along cross-sections of the post-industrial landscape. Through the activities of walking and mapping, fieldwork is conducted during treks that follow the route of the railroad in the Kitchener-Waterloo region. I examine detritus as readymade artifacts of the industrial economy that has abandoned the area. Minimal gestures and interventions engage the inherent narratives of these discarded materials. Improvised sculptures mark my route as a form of wayfinding that re-appropriates these neglected urban spaces. The activity of walking and assembling sculptures in these marginal landscapes is a playful strategy that resists the alienation of immaterial labour in a contemporary economic context.