"A simple object, a folded piece of paper, reveals an unsuspected dimension of activity and colour – that sexy red, those psychedelic dream shapes – all contained by the cool white surface. Rooted in the everyday, paper drop (London) (2008) reveals the existence of worlds within worlds."
The 8: Jon Savage
What is your line of work?
Author, film-maker, journalist, curator.
If you were a work of art, which one would you choose?
The Mona Lisa, not very private but good to be an enigma.
What is your earliest memory of art?
“Aubrey Beardsley” exhibition, Victoria and Albert Museum, 1966, and “Rene Magritte” exhibition, Tate Gallery, 1967.
Which museum or foundation would you like to be locked in one night?
Fondation Maeght, St. Paul De Vence. It would be warm.