Each column contains color-data and memories for one day, re-addressed over the course of 13 days. The duration can be read from right to left beginning at Monday Red and ending on a Saturday. Colors and sequences that break the grid are memories of people and places in retrospect, thinking back on events as time goes by. The surface of the painting was abraded consistently in contrast to the accumulation of new days and color-data. System and routine are a calm place to be, but are often unreliable for longevity. You just have to pick right back up when you fall off. This painting is about returning to a sense of purpose in the midst of post-holiday malaise.