Haunt (Revisited) is a looped projection, on urban architecture, of moving images of Saskatoon’s endemic landscapes, and plant and animal life, mostly from a grassland area that has since disappeared under city expansion. In this play of image and architecture, the past environment re-inhabits the current space, reflecting the fleeting nature of memory when confronted with physical change and the shifting values surrounding development. This is documentation at Saskatoon's 2014 Nuit Blanche Festival. The wind and music in the audio are ambient. The work itself is silent.