I am an early riser, have a quick breakfast, then I take every possible means of public transport (running around on business).
It changes periodically. Right now, it is country music from the 1970s. Before that, I listened to Baroque operas.
The Future of the Image by Jacques Rancière. I would also like to read everything by Nietzsche, and I read a lot of ancient philosophy.
Both. I love Far Eastern food but I can’t cook any of that.
Not Hungarians. I read the art columns of The Guardian, a The New York Times and The Financial Times.
Ones with words on them.
I keep a work from every period but my favourites change.
Angelina Jolie – but don’t write it down! (laughs). But I am sure it would be a woman, like Catherine Deneuve in her youth.
I have always had artists I was interested in. Ones whose are was not like mine, such as Pierro della Francesca or my contemporaries Paul McCarthy and Mike Kelley.
(laughs) Do NOT trust anyone above 30.
One of my basic principles is that no work should be left unfinished.