For Hannah Arendt, art is the most valuable and enduring expression of our culture. According to her, art is always a dialogue with the audience; the viewer, listener is part of the work and the process.
She encourages me to keep thinking and reflecting on what we do.
She is an advocate of diversity, because without disagreements, dialogue is meaningless.
Evil, according to her, is not an isolated phenomenon, but a lack, of reflection, of listening to yourself and the other.
In this interview, she says philosophy was a necessity for her; she “had to” understand how the world and human beings work. Her thinking and the strength I find in her personality inspires me on so many levels, and this manifests itself, among other things, in the program “Hannah’s Podium” in which I combine her thinking with making music.