Artwork can often surprise. Not as a formal experiment, but rather with its message hidden within the artwork, with its formal presentation purposefully referring to other contents and other artistic traditions. This definition also applies to the presented photo series by Marek Šefrna Výsledný obraz/Resulting image. By their framing and choice of topics these somewhat dull enlargements refer to specific Czech photographical tradition presented by works of artistic duo Martin Polák and Lukáš Jasanský or images by Markéta Othová. The best way to trace this interconnection is in the image of a pedestrian crossing with part of a sidewalk and a house. In the middle of the image, there is a puddle and a small window from the basement. In a sense, it is a banal, almost ridiculous shot. Why would anybody take a picture of an ugly and unimportant window? This plastic and glass rectangular distinctly  does not fit into the facade, sidewalk nor part of the road. Or did the author intend to capture the puddle? Maybe he did. If you look around more precisely, you will uncover a puddle in every picture. Yes, you did attend the exhibition of puddles.