Everything is connected somehow, and at a general level this is probably best expressed by the reduced scale sculpture-head called Thinker. The original is located in the courtyard of the oldest Swiss lyceum in St. Moritz. So the central point of the exhibition is the brain and thinking. Although St. Moritz has about 350 days of sunshine a year, it snows a lot there. So although the head has mass, because of its design, nothing stays on it. It plays with light and reflections – on one side it reflects the sky, on the other the 3,000-meter peaks across the valley.