From the evening, through the night, towards the morning, the fragile hours, they are coming; they are there, and maybe just then, the creature of art is closest to us.
With their tired beautiful sighs, whimsical cold, and secret shortcuts, we make a dormitory with thick duvets in the beds in this building. Here you can check-in at the museum reception in the evening, perhaps alone, with your family or a friend. Some unknowns may have already gone to bed when you arrive, and someone might come and read to you or sing you to sleep. Other nights, the dormitory will only give you the sounds this building has received over a long life. Possibly you can feel the desire to get up and walk when the silence comes, just be you, alone with what you meet in our exhibition.
- Translated quote from Hertling & Andreassen