Yes, but I wouldn’t say ‘visitor friendly’. I have strict instructions and it is only a piece of my work if the visitors follow them exactly. They can do whatever they want, but if they don’t do what I ask it is not mine. Very simple. But then the series went on and the thing about taking pictures of themselves came up, everywhere and all the time, and of course the One Minute Sculptures were newly discovered again. Suddenly in the shows I have many, many people taking selfies – this interesting tool of showing yourself in any situation anywhere.
The work of the One Minute Sculptures fits totally into this but what I don’t like is that they are often misused for jokes and to make fun and so on. They are neither tools of joke nor of fun. They are reflective, they are psychological, and you have some that are very philosophical; if you mistreat them, of course you will get out a laughter, but you won’t get out a reflection of us and our time, which is the intention behind them.