Starting with a kimchi urn and a suitcase appearing in his artwork [The tears of the fish are falling in the water] in the First APAP, Honoré d'O pours out a new story that connects to a transformed objet called a parking breaker. The artist who concentrates on the temporality of the story uses the parking breaker, that gives signals of stop and go, as a tool to control the flow of time. Three pieces of installation made by transforming the pre-existing design and operating system of the breaker treat the audience with hospitality or with poor treatment in many unexpected places. On the other hand, sandbags we often see around construction sites, or recovery sites of natural disasters create working environments by working as embankment, bridge, or support. This work was first inspired from the regulations of historic sites that prohibit in and out of general public. It is a warning that the purpose to protect historical place may cause disconnection rather than respect for the history, and it is also the artist’s humorous solution.