I'm not a cinephile. My films don't reference films. I'm more interested in rhythm and feeling.
My love for my son just destroys me. I can barely even talk about it.
I think this is how life is. It's not a linear march through time; you revolve around the same old things as you age and acquire experiences.
I just happen to be from the generation that, like a lot of my older friends, started out writing letters.
I'm the kind of person who is always thinking, 'What if we had to spend the rest of our lives in a particular place?'
As a young artist working in multiple mediums, the work and especially the writings of artist Laszlo Moholy-Nagy were very important to me.
I know I'm going to lose a lot of readers over this, and I don't care: 'Garfield' is overrated. I have always felt this, even as a child. That dumb man and his dumb, mean cat have gotten more of our attention than they deserve.
We humans are here because nothing can be perfect. There always have to be some living things that are unsatisfied, itchy, trying too hard. If it was all just animals and rocks and lettuce, the gods wouldn't feel like they had enough to do.
My earliest memory is aged three, seeing sunlight on water and feeling it was really magical.
I have a big brother who would make dolls' houses and playhouses and furniture out of wood. He was the one who taught me from such a young age that you could just make something. The physical act of gluing something together was really formative for me.
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