“I like to introduce something remarkable into ordinary, everyday circumstances because I think that there are always interesting things happening all around us––and sometimes some very surreal things.”
We quickly find ourselves in hypnagogic territory, sorting real, unreal, and surreal at the edges of a dream.
I am beyond grateful for the chance to discuss the beautifully mysterious paintings of Simon Quadrat.
I felt the need to create beautiful images, nurturing, reflecting, mentoring. The Tsiporas became pregnant – pregnant with life, pregnant with hope and appreciation for all we have had and need to continue to create – To heal our beautiful world…
I think there is a rather subversive character of animation that can be used … as a strategy to take a reality, maybe an oppressive one, and show a different perspective over it, by the creation of other realities
“I am concerned about getting the idea on canvas. So I just go with the flow.”
A conversation with anti-folk hero Jeffery Lewis.