Taking control while giving room

The more you take control as an artist, the more you can send or guide the experience. Without a framework or boundaries it can be very boring, even formless. These borders function as a framework for opportunity.

By giving limitations a certain sense of control is kept. If the piece would be completely interactive - and the public can move the monster - it becomes a whole different thing. I find it exciting if the possibilities of the public are restricted, because it is more binding.

In a sense it became an interactive work after all; in the interpretation of it and in the ways people started working with it. Either by grabbing their skateboards or by doing a performance on top.

It functions as a framework, within it’s boundaries things can happen. It is as if you give people a piece of paper in the expectation they will draw, but to find paper planes when you come back.

Zoro Feigl