According to Martin Heidegger, the artist and the work of art are irrevocably causally linked: “The artist is the origin of the work. The work is the origin of the artist. Neither is without the other.” Hessam Samavatian humorously stages this mutual interdependence: a flaccid golden balloon tube has been attached to the top of a plinth customary in museums. But when the artist or the visitors step on the projecting base at the bottom of the plinth, they trigger a sensor and the artwork is reinflated. Not without reason (corresponding to its male author) it is a phallic shape and self-confidently shows staying power in its finished state.