“The scientist, like the artist, presses forward into previously unexplored or unnamed areas. It is no coincidence then that with the CeMM Brain Lounge a place has been created where art and science come together. As an artist, I am driven by a certain joy in exploration. My work and installations are always experimental arrangements addressing specific questions. They are questions regarding “humanness,” or what it is that makes up this world that we perceive subjectively.
I formulate notions and make assertions, try to make possibilities tangible. Unlike the scientist, I fortunately do not have to provide logically verifiable evidence. I am aided instead by the power of poesy. One thing is certain: inspiration is the key that opens unexplored worlds. This is as true for the scientist as it is for the artist. Insight generally grows from notions; notions make both scientific and artistic work possible.”