“I often wonder about my attention span being shorter than average. It’s a dilemma that crops up in connection with my practice, which seems to have an ever-shifting focus – it is difficult for me to speak of having an established ‘style’. This absence doesn’t worry me; the evanescent nature of my practice is really only a problem when I have to frame it for an ‘artist statement.’ For me, it’s the work that presents the statement. If it isn’t capable of self-articulation, any attempt to prop it up with verbal scaffolding only makes matters worse. Still, for the sake of making an attempt, my statement goes like this: I work with clay – anything can happen.”
Zsolt Faludi, 2015.