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"Exactly! [both laugh] Lemon juice, yeah. My house has gradually, over the past year and half, turned into this work shed almost. I have moved the furniture aside and there's drop cloths [everywhere]. I just have boxes of these paint sticks and paint stuff so that, if I think of something, I can make it."

The Fire that Fuels an Artist's Heart, Carpe Noctem magazine, '98
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"Exactly! [both laugh] Lemon juice, yeah. My house has gradually, over the past year and half, turned into this work shed almost. I have moved the furniture aside and there's drop cloths [everywhere]. I just have boxes of these paint sticks and paint stuff so that, if I think of something, I can make it."

The Fire that Fuels an Artist's Heart, Carpe Noctem magazine, '98
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"I like to paint and I like glue. I like gel, you know? Acrylic gel. It's fun to play with that and see what that does. I mean, some of the things are things you're not supposed to mix; oil, acrylics, or water. I just like to get dirty and play with it and see what happens. It's just fun. Sometimes you get something interesting by accident by coating something with some thing you haven't tried coating with before. You just have a hunch that will do something to It will change the texture or alter it some how chemically in an interesting way and change the tone of it. I don't know. I don't have a reason really..."


The Fire that Fuels an Artist's Heart, Carpe Noctem magazine, '98

and you thought I meant something else?
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Just as soon as you write something down, those words are dead and they have to be revived, they have to be reinterpreted, they have to be reapplied all the time.

from The German 'Dream' Interview as transcribed by [livejournal.com profile] aflon

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