"Change is the creative impulse. For instance, with these new Body Mixes, I combine several record covers in order to underscore that which we take for granted. The seductive covers are mutated into grotesque creatures. I point the finger at certain advertising methods, but I am also interested in a relation between the physical and the mechanical. We have always tried to give objects a human quality. We project on them a body scale, a texture, shape that resemble us. We give machines—or see in them—anthropomorphic qualities. The machine is an extension of the human body and the record is a mechanical object."
(C. Marclay, in J. Seliger, ‘Christian Marclay,’ Journal of Contemporary Art, vol. 5, No. 1, Spring 1992, p. 68)