Peter Skoresen was a gifted child, he learned everything, remembered everything. He has become an extraordinary adult, does not know how to say hello or thank you, he may seem autistic. As guard in a museum, he likes to work at night. One day his schedule changes and he has to work during the day: people, noise, movement, everything freaks him out, terrorizes him. The novel is an interrogation conducted by a psychologist and men in black, and we understand that paintings have been torn apart. It takes a confession to indict the culprit everyone knows to be Peter. We follow him in his exploration of art, his relationship with photos, with works and the reason for his gesture, a tribute to Lucio Fontana, painter of the last century who laced his canvases to let them breathe. Beautiful reflection on art, painting, photography.