I like things that exist and don't—or seem to exist and seem not to, or seem to be of this world but also  maybe of some other world, too, at the same time. Then, to me, a work has breadth. If you make something that's overbearingly physical, it can seem to be only here and nowhere else. Or if something is real flighty and otherworldly, it can seem to be only there and not here. So I like to try to make things that are in both spheres.

John McCracken