"We should not be afraid sometimes to confront beauty and horror."
"One of the underlying interests of my work is to equate the experience of it with the content. That’s kind of a leveling of a difference between conceptual and formal. I use both those languages as essential parts of a whole. By formal, I don’t mean stripes and squares- I mean how a thing exists in the world. And that’s really important to me in terms of how a work relates itself to what is out there, whether it’s the room or the person in front of it, or the circumstances more broadly. The formal aspect is a very small part of the palette."
- Roni Horn