In connection to the exhibition The ones underground, Andrea Scholze has been interviewed in the journal Scandinavian Mind.
— I prefer to work with a high tempo, often almost to the point of collapse of the heavy moist clay. I can focus on the individual in another way and almost transfer energy to the clay with my fingers. They would change and interact in different settings and environments, and I love to create scenarios and installation environments. I also love to see how people place the sculptures in their homes and how their energy and presence become part of their daily life. As one person, who has one of my large apelike sculptures standing firmly on four feet in their living room, said: ’It is like having an extra person living with us’.