Using chalk, Palmer draws on a black wall a mural composed of various visual elements of African cultural background. Once finished, the mural’s precise lines and complex composition are gradually erased by the artist’s body, in a performance ending in exhaustion caused by his rubbing against the wall. What remains from those two actions is a smudged wall and the video documentation of the process, in which construction and deconstruction become continuous, complementary and, above all, willful and ineradicable movements.