Point of view
MS: What, if any, is the best point of view for seeing your exhibition?
DB: There is an easy answer to that question. I have always tried to build pieces which are coherent and precise, but leave visitors great freedom in the way they use them. That means they often have hundreds of different possible viewpoints, that visitors can choose from. So for this exhibition I will not be picking out any one vantage point that is better than the others. If there were one, and I hope there isn’t, I would consider it a failure. But I will never contradict a visitor who thinks that a particular viewpoint is the one from which the work is the most interesting or the most spectacular, even if I don’t really agree.