Yes, with mind. I do it in my sleep. I do it in my dreams. I do it in my sleep. It takes a lot of courage and concentration. You have to think about the spoon. It doesn’t really matter if it’s a spoon with five fingers or a spoon with 12 fingers, because the concept of movement is crucial here.
You have to think about the spoon because, as an artist, the spoon is an extension of your entire concept of yourself — and that concept is very important.
I try not to think about anything I’m creating, so as if I’m creating something, I don’t have to think about myself at all. I’ve never worked on anything in this sort of way.
What would the world be like if you didn’t have an Internet connection at all?
In your mind you’ll create stuff. When I don’t have the Internet, I can’t draw. You can’t do what you do. You can’t create anything, especially in your own mind. What’s the difference between an artist and a writer — the difference is the human mind? [But] we’re all a little bit more human — less intellectual, a little bit more emotional, all sorts of things — and that’s what makes us good at creating.
How did you find the balance of what you create?
I work very slowly — I try to make the strokes more refined. If I start to move too fast, it’ll show. That’s the only way to make sure you do everything really slow. It will feel right. I tried to slow down as much as possible, but I’ve seen too few good fast drawings. So I tried not to make very fast sketches in the first place or to try too many things. What I’m trying to find most valuable is a balance between movement and a feeling of the moment.
How does that come from a young age and who does that?
That comes from me. I don’t know if it comes from my parents or my grandparents, but the way I grew up there was this sort of balance of movement and being in time. I like thinking and painting, and I like painting but not too fast. I like the slow moving picture. I like the idea of being in time.
Your drawings are very minimalist, with no color or anything — in that sense, they were very minimalist, but they also expressed a lot of emotion. That’s why it was important
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