Carsten Höller works often in metal and has an interest in agricultural science which comes into his playful, and hands-on, works and exhibitions. He finds that the current Western experience is based on a dull predictability and this fundamentalism should be taken away. He works with buildings, vehicles, toys and even VR to show that we should have and enjoy the unpredictable. There is also an inspiration from insects sense of smell, which is powerful and can help in the survival of the animals. All his pieces plead for interaction with the audience, breaking arts fourth wall which we have all become accustom to.