„My instinct is to address these sculptures in the informal. They are old acquaintances of mine. If there is some uncertainty in my voice it is because I may have really seen them before, but it is also possible that it is not them I know, but almost them, since I met them in my dreams, in my imagination.…Like pioneers in the virgin lands, these sculptures take over our shapelessly fitting dreams. They do not dissolve what exists, rather they give human form to the unformed and make the  unknown known”.

(István Örkény, writer, 1973)