I think the work I do is as a kind of poet. The management of events and people and exhibitions is a kind of writing and finding the right line and metre and rhythm. Take the container festival in November. If I put the work into this I will write a work that has poetic feeling. Others are writing it with me. To get the work right there is a call of the mystery beyond planning but with planning. There is some kind of mystery in this work and it is not about financial returns. Really. Like William Kentridge and his unplanned need to put marks down. So I will keep writing works that have mystery in them and that come inexplicably from mystery and see if I can be a Shakespeare or maybe a king David. Or just a poet trying to move beyond Haiku and that effects a kind of stillness at least for a moment. And maybe some listener glimpses the space between the lines and falls into it.