‘The Curator’ Interview June 2013

The question we should always ask each other is ‘Who is this?’

The event I would like to promote is, ‘I Thought I Saw Something…’ an art exhibition with a twist set in a dark, nighttime woodland lead. Art meets Horror lead by an anonymous curator… An experience you will never forget. https://www.facebook.com/HauntedhouseDerby
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The epitome of beauty is the juxtaposition of pleasure and pain.

If I had one year to live I would do whatever it took to ensure I was never forgotten.

Joke-  “Are you looking for sympathy? You’ll find it in the dictionary between shit and syphilis”

The meaning of life is ‘everything ends and everything matters’.

The world without religion would be less interesting because we’d have less to disagree on.

I would like to see more people be more honest.

If I could go back in time I would have warned Miljan Petrovic…

What I think of the government- “Poor lost souls”

The best thing about being alive is knowing that you are not dead.

What I am most looking forward to this year is terrifying Derby- “The audience must suffer.”

The thing I enjoy studying most is human psychology and behaviour.
The ideas or thinkers I think are missing from the national curriculum are Aleister Crowley, The Marquis de Sade and John Dee

What I would say to my 80 year old self  is  “stick to the plan”.

What I would say to my 16 year old self is  “stick to the plan and cover your tracks”

In order to achieve my dreams I need to cultivate my anonymity in a modern culture of celebrity and surveillance

If I looked into a crystal ball and saw my dream it would be the realisation of the age of aquarius.

When confronted with a boy in a chicken costume speaking poetically about freedom I would tell him, “When the Fox hears the Rabbit scream, he comes a-runnin’, but not to help.”

What inspires me most is driving down a dark country road at night with the rain slashing at the window pane.

The most oppressed people in our society are those chasing celebrity.

The talent and skills I have are not intended to help.

The best way to go about creating social change is by utilising the Ludovico technique of aversion therapy.

The question I daren’t ask myself is ‘why?’

My favourite form of entertainment is psychiatric therapy.


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