Miklós Zoltán BAJI / BMZ (H): - A cell <-> the universe.
Dmitry BULATOV (RUS): - With the appearance and development of Internet and various technologies, physical sizes are no more significant for the art of installation.
Monty CANTSIN (CAN): - The universe encoded in the DNA of a mouse.
H. R. FRICKER (CH): - How can you measure an installation, alteration of a social structure or a language?
György GALÁNTAI (H): - Metaphorically saying, the smallest can be a guess and the biggest can be an open mind.
Péter KECSKÉS (H): - Shiva and Vishnu.
Ruggero MAGGI (I): - Largest: Chaos, smallest: Chaos.
Willi R. MELNIKOV-STARQUIST (RUS): - Well, an installation can be large, I mean the Universe, and it may be small like a figure made of a sheet of paper. But often it may appear large and small simultaneously - it's my installation of dreams, propositions and forecasting: it has been shown in a planetary space in my inner vision and at the same time it seems to be very compact when its structure is getting off the ground.
Emilio MORANDI (I): - There are no limitations in the phenomenon installation, it is in strict relation with space, time, form, light, sound.
Jean-François ROBIC (F): - Generally, a molecule seems to be the smallest and - unfortunately - Earth to be the largest installation.
Péter RÓNAI (SK): - The smallest is the CHIP, the biggest, let's say: all the cemeteries of the world.
Matthew ROSE (F): - The Planet Earth (largest), 1,000 angels dancing on the head of a pin (smallest).