“A Present … Bread made of Stone …“ is hard to miss due to its size and yet the work of art only becomes visible on closer inspection: A gift ribbon that artist Gerbert Ennemoser pulled over the cube-shaped giant boulder. “The cultural reclamation, which serves people and animals as the basis of life, becomes symbolically visible in the course of time” - this is how the artist himself describes the intention of his work. The gift ribbon refers to a time when life in the mountains was associated with hard work. In a very long cultural development, grain, flour and bread had to be extracted from stones that stand for the barren soil. Experience, manpower and time were needed. On the gift ribbon that stretches over the boulder, organic things can grow over time and thus breathe life into the rock. Or is the giant stone itself already a living creature?