Allow complexity

When liquid ink hits the paper, it doesn't show what has to happen, but what can happen.

You can also make a difference. But if you try to plan everything in advance and to obey your rules, you  will  fail. Fortunately. Because reality is too complex.

I am often asked whether this or that mark arises intentionally or coincidentally. Coincidence benefits only those who want to recognize its possibilities, the other only gets in the way of it. We usually agree on intuition rather than intention.

ink on folded paper, 27,5 x 79 cm, 2016