“It is possible to make something out of nothing.” That is Ian Bremmer’s contribution to the US-American section of my exhibition. Ian runs a company assessing the consequences of political decisions for the global economy. Alexander, Ian and I are having coffee. Sometimes we spoke Russian and were in agreement about the advantages for women traveling to the former Soviet Union. These advantages consist of women having the decision of whether or not to drink alcohol. Ian has a dog named Fromkin. If I heard correctly, the former Head of State of Kyrgyzstan, Akajew, is one of his friends, and they were planning on picking out a race horse one of these days.
His own career is an example for the sentence that he gives me. Ian suggests actually photographing the office in which he began his business and the office in which he now works with 100 colleagues.