Does the value depend directly on the fame of the artist? Is it proportional to the beauty of the subject depicted? Does the concept of supply and demand apply or does it simply come down to 'whatever you can get for it?'
As the students fantasise with graphs and profitability models that give insight into the true worth of art, security guard Arie interrogates the artist Dadara. Dadara is also a bank manager and issues his own money, in wonderful notes of zero, million and infinity. But not everybody believes they have any value. Why do people believe that the Euro has any value?
The artistic couple in the espresso bar, enjoying a cup of coffee amidst old and new media, also has an unusual attitude towards money. Pay?
And cashier Mandy isn't happy. The Dutch winter is making her pale and lifeless. Until Museum Director Sjarel Ex cheers her up with his remark that she is 'the museum's human face.'