**Preparation.**

Let $R$ be a noetherian ring (perhaps we have to assume $2 \in R^*$), $1 \leq d \leq n$ and consider the Plücker embedding $\omega : G \hookrightarrow P$, where $G = \text{Grass}_d(R^n)$ and $P = \mathbb{P}(R^{\binom{n}{d}}) = \text{Proj}(R[\{x_{i_1,...,i_d}\}])$. On $X$-valued points points, this maps a quotient $s: \mathcal{O}_X^n \twoheadrightarrow \mathcal{F}$, where $\mathcal{F}$ is locally free of rank $d$, to the $d$th exterior power $x : \mathcal{O}_X^{\binom{n}{d}} \twoheadrightarrow \wedge^d \mathcal{F}$; see EGA I, § 9.

Let's make the convention that every expression of the form $p_{i_1,...,i_d}$ is meant to be alternating in the indices. Now $\omega$ is a closed immersion, which is cut out by the quasi-coherent ideal $I$ corresponding to the graded ideal of $R[\{x_{i_1,...,i_d}\}]$, generated by the Plücker relations

$\sum_{\lambda=1}^{d} (-1)^{\lambda} x_{i_1,...,i_{d-1},k_\lambda} x_{k_0,...,\hat{k_\lambda},...,k_d}$

for all $1 \leq i_1,...,i_{d-1},k_0,...,k_d \leq n$. Thus $\omega$ induces an isomorphism $G \cong V(I) \subseteq P$. This gives another interpretation (and also proof) of the Plücker embedding, see here for a related topic.

Now considering the identity of $G$ as a $G$-valued point of $G$, we get a (universal) locally free sheaf $\mathcal{F}$ of rank $d$ on $G$ (together with an epimorphism $s : \mathcal{O}^n \twoheadrightarrow \mathcal{F}$). Consider this on $V(I)$. Then $\omega_* \mathcal{F}$ is a coherent sheaf on $P$. If we apply Serre's Theorem twice, we see that $\omega_* \mathcal{F}$ fits into an exact sequence of the form

$\mathcal{O}_P(q_1)^{r_1} \to \mathcal{O}_P(q_2)^{r_2} \to \omega_\* \mathcal{F} \to 0.$

This may be viewn as a "twisted presentation". Here the map on the left is given by a $r_2 \times r_1$-matrix of global sections of $\mathcal{O}_P(q_2 - q_1)$, which are just homogenuous polynomials of degree $q_2 - q_1$ in the variables $x_{i_1,...,i_d}$.

**Question.** How does such a matrix look like explicitly?

Here is what I've done so far: Using the identifications, calculate explicitely $\mathcal{F}$ by means of cocycles on the covering of basic-opens $D_+(x_{i_1,...,i_d})$. This works. Then I wanted to calculate the graded module $\Gamma_*(\mathcal{F})$ and try to see twisted generators and relations. But it's all a big mess. By the way, I need this calculation for a sort of Plücker embedding in another context.