In 1991, together with Gali-Dana Singer, I wrote 'The Manifest of Neo-Eclecticism', and since then I constantly break the laws of this radical art-movement and dismiss myself from it. Nevertheless my approach remains rather close to the basic principle of Neo-Eclecticism - the proximity of consciousness with its sub-laws: the unity and the struggle of the protagonists, the conversion of a quality into a quackery and a quandary, and the reflection of reflections. The date of my birth (1960) indicates that I began to look at the surrounding world at the time, when some simple things did not exist. For example, I was fascinated by negative colors studying photo films, when computer was still a matter of science and not of art, and when I didn't know what the word "digital" meant. So even today I'm interested in doing things with my own hands and with real materials using a computer only as a communication instrument. In short: art was dead for so long that we can truthfully pretend we forgot this sad historical fact. Long live art!