“The work has a way of developing in a manner that never allows the viewer to become too familiar with it or to make assumptions about it.
In subverting expectations you increase the chance of offering a more direct experience; not one that simply fulfills the viewers’ desires or confirms their knowledge. It’s more of a questioning.
I’m not interested in answers per se. The answers create closure. I don’t think that there are any answers anyway, they are always provisional. I think that’s part of it”
New York, Stati Uniti, 1955