Přemysl Procházka’s exhibition project is a single painting in trapezoidal format, depicting a football field from a classic “television” perspective. The gist of the procedural project is that every day of the exhibition the artist comes and repaints the image – creating a new situation on the pitch. Through the use of acrylic, which is not completely opaque, previous layers can be “detected” upon close examination, which the viewer can also consider analogous to the dim memories of a previous game. This laboriously emerging static “shot” is in contrast to the precise and quickly emerging photographs from a cell phone or camera that proliferate in personal archives or photo banks.