There are moments that are as ordinary as waiting in front of a red light and yet they remain in our memory - a banal image occupies valuable memory space in our brain. Inconspicuous scenes, existing only for a moment, can carry an irritation that we don't even want to notice at first glance. In photographic theory, Roland Barthes' concept of punctum describes precisely this phenomenon of those images that we do not filter out, but rather put into our imaginary archive. Petra Polli places precisely these images at the center of her artistic investigation. We move through a city, perceive images that immediately fade away until they have completely disappeared in a short time. One or the other detail, however, sticks to us, becomes part of our memory. Petra Polli's works reflect in an impressive way how content and artistic technique can be mutually dependent, how one is able to reflect the other.