I am a three-dimensional storyteller who believes that everything should begin on an autobiographical basis: it’s all about turning experiences into stories, life into a universal parabola.
All I’ve learned in 40 years is counterbalanced by an instinctive regression:
all my life is now developing through an interplay of contemporary input and primordial output.
Human beings are made of flesh and blood, and at the end of all things there we are, surrounded by matter, by people we can touch, hug, take to bed. The secret of life lives in a woman’s womb – this isn’t an architectural issue, it is just the business of Living.
Originally published in ICON magazine
Issue 404 | 2007