The video At a Loss for Words dissects two characters’ relationship to each other and to the unusual landscape of Dungeness. Located at the tip of an insular territory on the coast of Kent, England, Dungeness is a paradoxical place. It is the home to a peculiar assortment of buildings and activities, from tiny fishermen’s huts to a giant nuclear power plant by way of lighthouses, contemporary holiday cottages and a miniature steam railway. The protagonists, a couple in dissolution, use a variety of narrative and cinematic elements to try to communicate. The fragmented texts (cardboard signs, stage directions, dialogs and captions) almost become objects themselves in the landscape, highlighting the complex relationship between narrative and architecture.