Extraction from interview in catalogue for "The scandinavian show" Bristol Biennial 2012 curated by Arild Eriksen NKD, Norway.
I do think I'm attracted by contrast, contrast and conflict. It's in me, in one way or other. My impulse and will to express myself does in no way origin in art. I see it as a terminal disease that I'm delighted to have contracted, without it I would have been miserable, I think. I feel very strongly that I have something as unfashionable as a need of expressing myself.
There are no recipes for art, that's what makes it so exciting. There is nothing to solve, it's both intense and comforting."
So never is most lonely man alone
Conversation piece Lght added by substraction