The title directly comes from a found object, a random sticker on a door of a comic figure sitting at a desk with piles of study books. Above the comic are the words 'Silence, Genious at work' which is a straight reference to its studying aspect. This is Laureyns and Grunewald's interpretation of the art practice itself and the myth or the romantic idea of the artist seen as a sublime or idealized human being. On the other hand it shows self-relativization of the artist practice in our current time. The sticker itself, partially torn, ripped off, is the testimony of time.