In a cramped billiards room, pool cues and human feet often touch the wall, leaving prints and marks behind. From the perspective of a painter, the wall can be seen as an ink-washed landscape fresco. The players who try to score on the table do not know that they are simultaneously scoring on the wall by silently painting a landscape: footprints in the foreground; the back ends of the cues hitting the wall create the middle ground; the dark clouds gathering in distance are from dust in the air. The truth is, it is both scenery and stain.

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