Any creative person will be able to relate to Hermann. He desperately wants some recognition for his art but is continuously wracked with self-doubt, until his successful uncle rents him the studio space where he hopes to find inspiration.
However, it doesn’t come easily to Hermann and in a fit of despondency he prepares to take his life, but salvation comes when a mysterious message comes through a hole in the wall. Hermann finds an unlikely muse, and the success he craves suddenly becomes a reality, but at a price.
This is a deliciously surreal moral play about the lengths to which an artist will go to be seen, and the repercussions of giving in to a demanding, and jealous, muse, as well as being a dark satire on the art world.