Thomas Hirschhorn talks about his artistic practice, in which moments of grace reveal themselves in different ways. His temporary installations are realized in public spaces, in places such as garages, subway stations, or social housing projects. The encounters with local people, their diverse reactions to his work, and the dialogue with them mark moments of grace for him. According to Hirschhorn, grace cannot be planned; it is not tied to success and can also arise from situations of failure.
“Grace goes behind failures and success. Grace cannot count as a success.”
– Thomas Hirschhorn