Maybe an artist's position in society is different today because it's more individualistic. Maybe you're not a direct servant anymore to the patron-you're an indirect servant, or a servant with a choice, or maybe you could not even serve. That doesn't matter. What I mean is, it's the same. It's the way you make something. Take a relief. You draw it, you carve it out. Later you build it up from a flat surface. There is no other way to do a sculpture-you either add or you subtract. There are only two choices, and it's the same today. --Excerpt from an interview with Urs Fischer

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