“I generally like working in quiet with plenty of coffee and natural light. My studio is in Brooklyn, with huge windows facing north and the expanse of sky and light provide me with the means to think and visualize – and to escape the computer, too.”
I feel like my making art in this cast-away time-capsule is a re-incarnation of the anti-authoritarian premise the house was built upon and humanitarian passion (because the Italian hall also fed the poor and helped the neighborhood) that its inhabitants exhibited.
How do you work? Perpetually and on less sleep than I’d like, running on green tea and curiosity.
Almost everything I’ve written has started out on sheets of the brown paper that we use to cover the dining room tables and are written in black sharpie like we use to label containers in the walk-in refrigerator.