Kristof Van Heeschvelde questions man and his forms of thought. Besides being viewed as a biological system, man is also considered to be a creature with a ‘spiritual life.’ Man sees himself as the most intelligent life form on the planet. Is this self-consciousness a blessing or is it a curse?
Kristof Van Heeschvelde often emphasises indifference. In times of great economical and ecological changes, we keep locking ourselves in. Trapped in a one-man-world surrounded by disturbing signals, we lose focus and instead put ourselves in the spotlight. Gradually, self-importance becomes the biggest ‘it’ word.