Hans Stofer, London
(Vortrag am Sonntag, 18.6. 10.00 Uhr)
When I was a boy, I believed that a cherry tree would grow with its own face if I carved a face into a cherry stone and planted that stone into the soil. 42 years later I know that those who told me this was impossible were wrong.
I decided to become a designer-maker because I was tired of being told what to do. Now, although most of the time I do not know what I am doing, I am happy that I can get up in the morning, look into the mirror and get on with the day.
I use what is there and what I make I make for people.