"Glass is a wonderful, mysterious but also very difficult material to work with. It has this “fourth dimension”. When you are sculpting with glass you also sculpt with light and refractions. Glass can be very strong and massive but at the same time it´ll be very fragile and delicate. Same as me!”
"90% of my sculptures are created when I am sleeping. The first thing I do when I arrive at my studio is quick sketches so as not to lose the ideas and the power of my dreams."
"The biggest achievements for me as an artist so far are having my works in several galleries in Europe (for example Gallery Sikabonyi, Vienna) and the US (Gallery at Four India, Nantucket) together with some other great sculptors."
"You can´t work against the material so it´s kind of a dialogue between the glass and me. We have to find the final compromise to be fine in both ways."
"My works are always unique. I never create a sculpture twice."
"My work is more abstract but always an interaction between optics, haptics and title. So I want the people looking at my work to discover it by their own. The worst thing for me is when you can clearly see from 10 meters away what it´s all about!"
"I have so many strange ideas I want to realize in the future. In the past I did some installations mainly with glass which cannot be sold like sculptures or other objects but for me it is existencially necessary to make people think about their lives and what's going on in this crude world right now."