1. Please tell us about the work you will be showing in the 2010 E17 Art Trail?
In the Museum I’ll give you a little insight into my work as a social anthropologist in Southern Africa and London before and during the World Cup – so that we can keep in touch after the big event and build a bridge to the Olympics hopefully …. …
@ the Bikeshed at Platform 1, Walthamstow Central, I will create a ‘Transparent World’ together with Tom Kuppler using ‘left-overs’ from the art-making-world, cycling and E17 …. to advertise the Trail …
@ the BBC Big Screen in the Towns Square where there will be films about the process of making art and about finding one’s religion ….. by t.kuppler and me
2. How many times have you taken part in the Trail?
It is the second time – yet partook as a frequent trailer since the very first one …..
3. What kind of things inspire you to create art?
My social anthropological work in Southern and Eastern Africa in particular …. Every day life, here and there …
4. What challenges (if any) do you face in preparing yourself and your work for the Trail?
The roof is leaking in one of my venues …….and it can’t be locked …..
5. Who are your favourite artists? .
Méret Oppenheim, Claire Bretécher, Elvira Bach, Joseph Beuys, Pauline Binoux , Tom Kuppler, Sarah Harvey, Karl Valentin and Henning Wehn.
6. Please tell us two things you really like about Walthamstow?
It is close to Nature and Central London, the Warner Flats
7. Please tell us one thing you wish Walthamstow had?
The open air Lido near the Hollow Ponds re-opened !!!