in Interviews | 08 OCT 04
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Issue 86

Questionnaire: Sturtevant

What images keep you company in the space where you work? The outside of the inside.

in Interviews | 08 OCT 04

What was the first piece of art that really mattered to you?
I don't think it was art.

If you could live with any one piece of art what would it be?
Impossible.

What film has most influenced you?
Any film of Quentin Tarantino because he is a concrete example of the vast barren interior of man: a big-time cyber jerk.

What is your favourite title of an art work?
Can't be bothered with this.
What a bother.
Why put your head there?
I can't get there from here.

What do you wish you knew?
Everything (almost).

What should change?
Hate, violence; our hot desire for death.

What should stay the same?
Definitely not the 'same'.

What could you imagine doing if you didn't do what you do?
Raising a lot more hell.

What are you reading?
Michael Jackson Was My Lover by Victor M. Guttierez (self-published, 1997) – the super reality of truth as falsity; and always in-between, Gilles Deleuze and Michel Foucault to prevent brain damage.

What do you like the look ok?
John Waters, Udo Kittelman, L. Muzzey.

What is art for?
Current art: to dangerously re-load
to fill a hole
to conceal the loss of power.

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