Since 4 years now, Jeroen Jongeleen extended his art practice with running distances and traces. Tricked by the shortcuts he photographed in parks, he decided to construct his own paths by running for hours and hours along with his own drawn trails. After wearing out the grass of city parks, drone-documentation finds its way to the public. For Rib247, Jongeleen shows a 4-track drawing (two straight lines crossing 2 circular paths), which is partly obscured by a black circle, blocking our view on the part where it seems to matter the most – its crossing points, but at the same time reflecting the stained glass gallery-window. Various players run their shadows along the screen in the layer below the dot.