Maybe I’m driven by a certain kind of ambivalence. I’m fascinated by the things that others find embarrassing: what is going on physically, and what comes down materially, like some kind of fate. I’m interested in phenomena whose effects are physical and psychological, something I want to catch hold of. Through my sculptural language I construct an intriguing field amidst the body, material, and surface. The driving force is hidden between being a body and having a body. Besides my anthropological hobby and private obsession—from there, it’s still a long way to the chimeras that populate my exhibitions. But it explains why so much seems to work in a direct, non-intellectual, sensory way. The humors are talking here.