Public spaces are not museums. Quite the opposite: they are places of encounter for people with differing outlooks, backgrounds and interests. Without either resorting to populist appeal or compromising artistic aspirations, the remit of sculptural art for public spaces includes addressing and inspiring thought in those who are not used to experiencing contemporary art. Elementary statements regarding physiapp. states of being as well as immediately intelligible and openly interpretable bridges of meaning pose timeless questions. I aim for the long-term effect and it is my intention to inspire those who encounter my sculptures to embark on a journey to their own personal world of association.