My background is modern classical music but I am also very much attracted by the pop language.
Because the simplicity of pop language has its own beauty ‒ very different from the classical
All my work in the last twenty-something years all relate to one another. Of course, the connection
may be more distant, like the work I did three weeks ago and the work I did 25 years ago. But I
would say that work no. 1, work no. 2, work no. 3, I mean, they have a connection. And the way I see
the connection is like: each piece of my work, each of my productions reflects … my state of mind
at the moment, my state of existence at the moment.
It reflects my relationship with the outside world, with the people around me at the moment. So, for
me, do I work, it’s personal in a sense that it had to do with … this particular moment of existence for
me. So, I always think of doing art like living your life. Because every piece of art is a reflection of
who you are at that particular moment.
I think when a person grows up, we inside us. And somehow we look the door and we lose the key
to that door. The older we get, the more doors we have created inside us and then we don’t have
the keys. And sometimes, when you encounter a wonderful piece of artwork, a piece of art, this can
provide you with a key, and then with that key I open one door. And then „WOW!“ ‒ I see something
from my past which ‒ I don’t know why ‒ I have forgotten about while I am so insensitive to this part
of my past life. So, in a way, it is like I always like to use that example that art is obviously a key. That’s
why art is so wonderful, so beautiful. It is like … a wonderful piece of art is a wonderful key for you to
unlock the door you created.
I think in a way, art is a kind of a positive subversive ad. It’s constructive, but subversive in a good way
because art … a good piece of art is really able to wake us up. I used the example of a key. That’s
how I see art. And that’s how I benefit from art. And that’s how I want my art to be for the other