It includes a work by Berth Theis (1952) in the grand hall. Drifters reply to the monumentality of Mudam's architecture with modular mobility. Adapting his platform work to the space of Mudam and inspired directly from the room plans, he has created seating that can adapt itself to any configuration.
The six elements that make up the Drifters are like pieces of a puzzle that slide around and develop haphazardly in the museum like so many icebergs. As an artist summoning up meaning and knowledge he thus joins together the functional and the poetic as well as design and application.