I don’t think there’s a singular specific message I wanna convey with my work. I think that they’re just kind of like, there’s always kind of a number of you know like, propositions or ideas or themes that each individual series may wanna convey. But I never want to, I try to not make it didactic in any way because I feel like, if it’s just like: „Oh yeah, this is like that, I get it. “Or if it’s like descriptive in some way then that like really reduces the possibility of the work. So, I’d say, like with these two it’s kind of this – like a, maybe, an idea or a message that can be communicated through them and that usually, I think, is pretty obvious or simple in a way and unlike to a general reading of it or like an informed reading of it but which is still kind of like either left open to interpretation or to question or left open to like grow, be used as like – I don’t know – to be like taken up by something else. Like, there’s no conclusion, it’s kind of like – it’s almost diagnostic, I guess. Like: „This is like this. “and when can have a conversation about that, like physical space and virtual space are collapsed and we can find new interesting ways to collapse them. We can have like thousands of conversations about that and like every conversation that I had with different people about that when they take that from the work is like almost invariably different. And like I don’t know, the case like – you know – this is this object and this object is only this object because this like person they filed an intellectual property claim and they got like a grant of monopoly over this idea, meaning that like the state protects them from anyone else being able to do it, discuss[?] [laughs]. Not to say that it’s like actually literally dispersive or educational or whatever but like just to say that the interpretation is open, basically.