The Sculptor Einar Jonsson is one of the key-characters in Icelandic art history. The Einar Jonsson Museum is his the same building where he used to live. Einar Jonsson couldn ́t stand children, and he didn ́t allow children to come to his house when he was alive.
Museums and other institutional buildings are stiff, static and bureaucratic environments with a strict code of behaviour. What happens when an element from the world of childhood is brought in the middle of this world runned by adults?