The artist effectively demonstrates the overlap between sports and politics in Poland through an installation that dominates the gallery space. Papering one wall is a greatly enlarged, low-quality black-and-white photograph, capturing the members of his football club moments before a fight. Their faces are obscured by balaclavas, as well as by abstract, sculptural fragments that he has placed over the heads of some of the club members. In this way, he redacts them from this photographic record, much as the Soviet government scratched out the faces of dissidents from family photo albums during political purges. But rather than aiming to eradicate their existence through such erasures, Dudek wants to remember them by bearing witness.