A poor homeless man knows there is a lot of food in an art gallery. He sneaks into the art gallery because he is hungry. He eats a lot of cake and then falls asleep in this warm gallery by accident. He lies flat on the floor. He is considered as a performance art by rich people. When the homeless man wakes up, people clap and shake his hand. He knows what has happened through those people's actions. He knows it would be a life-changing moment. At this moment, he decides to pretend to be an artist. It presents a comedic allegory about modern art and a trenchant satire of the disparity between the rich and the poor. It is a comic allegory of modern art and a sharp satire of capitalist class differences.