The work Meadowlands deals with a large marsh of the same name, located in New Jersey in close vicinity to Manhattan. Since Europeans have settled, the area was subject to rather successful cultivation and land-use attempts, since its swampy grounds sucked up almost all developmental efforts. Consequently the place turned into one of the biggest informal landfills in the USA. The murky anthropogenic evidence within these soils is of no ones interest, and thus stays in the realm of the imaginary and fantastic. The Meadowlands are a rumor landscape, which inherits an alternative man-made geology, that contains an assemblage of historical events and fictional accounts in the form of hidden physical and non-physical materials.