There is always room for coincidence.
You cannot always make such big exhibitions, because they consume too much time and energy.
Every individual decision is nothing but coincidence, every artistic decision is coincidence.
I try to keep a balance between conceptional or intellectual comprehension and emotional understanding.
Starting off, all options are always open, but as soon as you choose something, you inevitably limit yourself. If you go for B, A is out.
It is important for me that a certain depth and variety of both exist next to each other. I am very careful not to sacrifice the one for the other.
I always try hard to arrange all media in a way so that it expresses what I want - this is not limited to one medium alone and varies from case to case.
When I define polarities in my work, I actually create the space between things. I point to the question I am actually interested in, without naming it.
One often thinks that using 2 different things like visual and sound lead to 2 different conclusions - to a different content - but in in my case it is all one.
I usually create sounds and have different generators running over it. You know you can open a word-file as a picture or the other way round. I do the same with sounds.