Snoring composition for the well in the monastery yard of the St. Aegidien church, which now belongs to the Landesmuseum
The courtyard is a place of history and silence, a place of meditation. A memory space can be here open. Marco Montiel-Soto understands the “snoring composition” as a portrait of the artist or curator, who sleeps at the deepest recesses of the city.
The composition also makes the visitor dream – a space of desires stretches from the very deep up to the yard. The water just scooped, runs away if not transported with care. The depth of the well is its shelter – a shelter for the core and a germ cell for the farthest.
Dr. Anne Mueller von der Haegen, 2012