Changing ones mind, about everything, is an indispensable part of the artistic process. In a way, it is what learning and creating are made of. A long série of new realizations, altered perceptions, letting go of old convictions and the welcoming of new ones. The artistic process is somehow more about these constant shifts, than it is about establishing permanent truths. It is linked to the fact that the artistic process is an on going questioning act, rather than one aimed at finding answers.

What ‘works’ at any given moment, is dynamic, elusive and ever changing, deeply influenced by the context the work is being made in, and if one isn’t able to change his mind in relations to that simple question, what actually ‘works’?, the artistic process will stagnate and eventually die.