It is inevitable to imagine people when I look at the street. I imagine they doing the things they used to do: shopping, walking, playing in the park, or sitting on a bench. These footprints represents the phantom everyday that I see every single day and also represents the freedom that this virus has taken from us. The artwork is accessible to many neighbours who see the park from their balconies without the necessity to go down to the street. It is a work literally done in times of Coronavirus.