"It is an eccentric relationship that RHO's works offer to the visitor. The human being, the body, the perception are in the center, but there is no longer the one privileged place. In the center is a chair, which gives me neither rest nor an overview. In the center is a mirror on the floor, which is not for me, but for the incoming light. The center of the perfect view lies hidden behind blackness.
The primary place at which RHO's works aim is the body, but this does not form the center. Central is a process of alignment between the sense of the work and myself, an ex-centric gradient on which I move in the context of RHO's work. The person whose senses are awake and who learns anew not to be the central place where all lines necessarily cross, that's who RHO's works shape."