I get up at 6 with my daughter, and take her to the creche. In fact, I am used to getting up early because I used to play water polo for a long time.
Morcheeba. I listen to classical music when I work. My favourites are Romantic composers: Liszt, Chopin.
Proust: In search of lost time; and Péter Nádas’s works.
New York, Rome.
My wife is a wonderful cook but I like restaurants, too.
I read news on the internet.
I read magazines only once in a while.
I have no favourite clothes. I have a conservative taste in clothes.
I avoid extremes – this also includes strong colors for me.
I do not ask my colleagues for their opinions.
My sculpture titled Hullámfal (Wave wall) (2006): it is a very clear overall expression of my world of forms and ideas.
Obviously, my father. I consider Anish Kapoor the most important contemporary sculptor alive. But I think it is unfair to single out one person. (Maybe I was not totally clear: Gyula Gulyás was very close to me as a person but his art did not affect mine.)
I can only think of stereotypes here: learning, persistence, consistence, luck…
I complete every work that I start. I give up on a work only if during the process I find that my concept does not work.