Janina ahh: being in a constant process of reinventing myself and thus my art, I keep my sensibility as a waymark. Basically (as Heidegger well explained) I share the belief, that the process of art and a piece of art reveals the very essence of life. Art as a journey, as dharma. I feel so blessed that all those alienations and appropriations of cultural experiences are taking place now in a post-humanistic way. These difficulties when describing myself… when I used to work as a journalist I would bristle at the fact I have to stay focused on the others when no one asked me in detail why and how things are happening in my life. It was a period when one of the favorite tricks was to hide essentials and pretend to behave mondainly. We discussed and document the kinds of games I am playing now with sam beklik. Of course, we explored the figures I perform. Now I am fighting my own conformism, searching for personal sincerity in postmodern topics, and integrating different media, which I learned mostly occasionally and often auto-didactically. Life is much more exciting than what I can expect, suggest, insist, pose, dream, or get rid of. So I was happy to share my revelations with sam beklik.