It’s only too often that sculptures go on to live their own lives, regardless of our intentions. The walking Trabant with the inscription “Quo vadis” was purely a thing of the times. We exhibited it on Old Town Square on the day of German monetary union. In the end the German embassy bought it from me, and a bronze cast Trabant now stands in the embassy garden. It’s the largest bronze cast made in the country since 1990. They probably also ascribed a meaning to it that was different from what we’d intended.