Actually, I don’t have a lot to say, with my work I am moving within the realm of non-verbal art. It is understood more through the eyes than through words.
I don’t incorporate any deep messages or philosophies into my objects – it’s not because I don’t care for philosophy, but rather because I do. Even though my themes and motives seem rational and scientific – mechanics, clocks and other gadgets – I work irrationally, by my gut instinct, rather unscientifically, and while I work I think of everything but technology. But what the spectator thinks while he looks at my art is entirely up to him.
My art lives also through the spectator, and I don’t want to patronize him. And if he doesn’t think at all, that’s okay too, because the objects were made to be looked at.
If you want to read any more words, follow this link www.cejp.de/e/scriptorium and you’ll find more info.
I almost forgot – I was born in 1962.