The Regular Failure of a Record is a collection of objects and interventions, cyclically informing and coloring each other, all based on a markedly trivial history. It uses multiple technologies and modes of communication: audio, visual, spacial, time-based, etc. It tells a narrative of Conrad Station, an old-oak savannah that retains the physical ghosts of its many pasts. It follows the brief rise and fall of the town of Conrad, it's soap-opera like characters, and the environmental and economic consequences of their dramas. This installation asks what is lost in a history, the scale of a narrative, and the inherent romance of retelling.