This project documents a series of riots between the inhabitants of Diar echems (Houses of the Sun) district in Algiers and the police that took place in October 2009. The violence erupted after the intervention of the security forces. The order came to evacuate makeshift shacks built on a football pitch adjacent to the city. The harsh conditions and lack of space in the small dwellings of this overcrowded city pushed the inhabitants to occupy the municipal stadium, they attempted to eventually transform it into a a slum. This space which existed as a playing field has become a location of contest. The post-its arranged on the light table, on which are listed accounts of things that can be contained in precarious housing and the number of people who can live there, suggest a potential slum plan that could have been built on the ground of football. Installed on the wall are nine fictional press clippings with the same text, created from reports after the events. On each one the text was hidden by tape leaving only a few words or sentences; pieces that evoke the space and people. Some elements refer to a disorder and encourage narration.