AKENATON / DOC/K/S (F): - The meaning determines first of all the material and the size.
Lilian A. BELL (USA): - Size and material is determined by the concept.
Dmitry BULATOV (RUS): - Installations made without size and materials are also possible.
Melissa CLARK (USA): - Only limits are its surrounding boundaries (walls, and perhaps what the law dictates!!), each piece unfortunately has its certain limits.
Patricia COLLINS (GB): - Space available.
Geoffrey COOK (USA): - Often what is given or decided upon by others with or without your input; i.e., the installation is often determined external to the artist.
Marcello DIOTALLEVI (I): - All sizes and all materials are good.
György GALÁNTAI (H): - Concept, intention and interest. If the artist only wants to be able to see his/her concept, it may as well be realized in virtual space, in digital images without size and material. If the customer wants to own it, in that case, intention and interest are the determinant factors.
James JOHNSON (USA): - The size and material of an installation is determined by the elements of the installation, the space in which it is to exist and the limits of the medium of its realization, as well as the original conception / inspiration.
Luca MITI (I): - By a lot of factors: possibilities of the artist, possibilities of the place, apart from, of course, the will of the artist and feedback of the place.
Emilio MORANDI (I): - By any form or dimension in dialectic relation to reach a creative stimulus.
Rod SUMMERS (NL): - The place and space generally determines the size. Materials are selected to relate to the concept of the work.
W. Mark SUTHERLAND (CDN): - Local conditions prevail (geography, economics, culture and history).