"Memento Five, grey and yellow" (2002)

"How can someone have sculptural ideas? I can have an idea how to play a Mozart sonata; I can have an idea how to make baked potatoes. But a sculptural idea is different. It’s like a different mind, where I suppose we dig up some three-dimensional sense. We have an ability to step back...and we use that third dimension to take a distance."

- Richard Tuttle