Sculpting is for me just as much a way of thinking as are writing, dreaming, reading, speculating on concepts or walking through different landscapes. In engaging with materials, I make use of their inner logic to put into tangible form what they help me to understand and to feel about the universe and its components. To this process I bring the visions that are forged in my mind not only during working sessions but also during activities such as walking or listening to music.
Sculpture is a world of mass, plane, line, weight, space and texture in the same way as music is a world of sound, rhythm, pitch, melody and harmony. To compose a sculpture is to make something entirely self-referential that should be capable of standing by itself. However, the process of making is fed by the whole of my experience, regardless of whether this experience or the making process is clearly conscious or not.

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