Transcription of a conversation-interview conducted on Sylt Island, in Northern Germany, at an artists’ residence organised by the Sylt Quelle Kunst Raum.
On a sunny, cloudy day, I was asked What isn’t art? Or: What isn’t art anymore? Do you have to have a special talent? Love or money? What is important today? Why do I buy? Do I sell the art I make? Is it a trade? Where or when does art end? Art is something about which you can sometimes have strange doubts. You have doubts about what it is; you might not even know what it is. In reality, anything can be art, it depends on our attitude or how we stand as regards certain objects or doing certain things. I think it is necessary to have a special… (read the full article)