Oh, well, it’s interesting, because I feel like artists often get so tied to a medium, I mean, that all obviously, so many of, especially the most interesting artists, completely ignore the question of the medium. I mean, in a way, actually, this question of, like, medium and what do I work with and what kind of context I’m in, has been something, that grappled with the entire time that I’ve been making work because I, you know, if I’m gonna, if you were to explain my, my, like, life as an artist or whatever in the very traditional sense, you would say something like: „Oh, he is trained as a photographer and then he started doing something else.“ And as a result, I’ve been spoken about as a photographer, been spoken about certainly as an internet artist, post-internet artist, as a painter, which I completely rejected for so long, although now I completely understand why people talk about me in that context sometimes. And I think that, in a way, when I see that kind of identification, when I see people saying, like, „Oh this person is a sculptor. “, for example, I embrace that interpretation, while not sharing it, if that makes sense. I feel like, it’s interesting to have all these different interpretations, because, really, it’s just, they’re just different words for the same thing, basically. We’re all grappling with questions of, you know, representation in aesthetics and object [unintelligible] and agency and all these things. You know whether you, want to say, that you’re acting within a painterly idiom or a sculptural idiom or, you know, whatever artistic idiom, I feel like, it doesn’t really matter so much. I think, that I’m interested in, kind of, borrowing and retooling ideas that propagate within idioms, basically, and within, because all obviously, like, any medium grows, like, grows like a cultural following and the discourse around it and everything and, I don’t think, you know, I don’t think it’s so important to balkanize intentionally, which I think, is probably a very natural reaction now. I think, like, now people aren’t so interested in balkanizing and dividing these things into idioms as they maybe were when I was, you know, when I was like in school or first starting or something or kind of starting to actually accept this more fluid state, basically.