Jaroslav Kyša’s video projection explores the theme of redefinition and perception of time and questions common certainties. The confusing multiplication of the film encourages mutual comparison, the search for differences or hidden messages. The knowledge of the artist’s other work, which often toyed with the viewers’ attention, arouses the feeling of insecurity. Although it may seem that something is wrong, the typical expansion of perceived reality does not take place in this case. The projections show an identical film – what we see directly or peripherally on the first panel repeats after a brief moment on the second and then on the third projection screen. The targeted time shift of the beginnings of projections, their subsequent slowing down to achieve a perfect image synchronisation represents the first level of the artist’s manipulation with the perception of time. At one point, a simple formal shift connects the past with the future and with a sudden awakening in the present.