The beauty of the mundane formed my aesthetic awareness from a very early age on. I always thought that the cranes on Potsdamer Platz more beautiful than the art works in the "Neue Nationalgalerie". It’s this Greek idea of the entelechy – that which realizes or makes actual what is otherwise potential - what inspires me.
To see the potential in things and aesthetic situations and work it out is maybe something like a red line in my work. I am interested in assemblages and aesthetic situations. I might be still influenced by pop-up aesthetic of last century but I try to transmit it into our times, where nowness slowly makes way to superposition.
Also I like the idea of nonchalance - that you do sth in a light, not engaged way - that you create something alongside. I guess this might have something to do with the idea of de-hierachization I try to pursue in my artistic and intellectual work.