Are you an „uncomfortable“ artist?
I hope so. Because nasty art makes people think about the status quo of different topics. And therefore things get discovered from an other perspective. So, I would take it as a compliment. But people have to judge for themselves, if I’m a nasty and uncomfortable artist.
What can you tell us about your installation for CAMPBASELrevisited?
My project for CAMPBASEL is called „uncomfortable“. Relaxing and comfortable objects transform into nasty objects. To be aware of the world today, you have to think twice about our daily environment. So, thanks for the first question. It fits perfectly with my work.
Are visitors allowed to use your work? Is there an interaction?
My installations and objects are - in general - not planned for interaction with people. But at fairs and on shows people somehow can’t resist to touch my work or play with it. Let’s see how people react this time.
What do you expect from the Art Basel week?
The Art Basel week is always a unique experience. The biggest global art supermarket attracts people from all over. From art investors of different banks, multi-million collectors and celebs to art students, artists and hundreds of thousands of art lovers have one thing in common: curiosity. Therefore I expect a good time.
What are your future plans?
After the CAMPBASEL I start working for the City Leaks Urban Art Festival in Cologne. And some other exhibitions are under discussion.
Where can people find out more about you?