I do not have a ritual. If I have something to do, I arrange my morning around it. I like to have a cup of coffee or tea. Since I do not have a daily routine or any fixed activities, every morning is different.
I always listen to music while I work and also in general. My taste in music is pretty varied; I listen to punk, jazz, classical, pop, minimal, basically anything, as long as it fits my mood.
I don’t have any. The last one I read was A mi utcánk (Our Street) by Sándor Tar. I enjoyed it very much. But of course there are many books that I like.
I do not have one, but travelling in itself is fun. I would love to go back to East-Asia, for example.
I do not cook. Currently I do not even have a kitchen. Restaurant.
I browse through the news portals every day.
Not really, only occasionally.
I had the last memorable ones when I was small: red, one-piece pyjamas with a zip. I called them “Nikilauda”. I wore them for several years from the age of three. I refused to sleep in anything else. I don’t have a favourite piece any more. I like loose, comfortable clothes.
There are lots of them, but mainly combinations: G-strings and pink nylon tracksuit with kiltie loafers.
Yes, I usually do. Of course, I do not care for everyone’s opinion.
Yes, I do. I really like my piece called PRLGTT.
With my great-grandfather, above all. He was a sculptor as well, the only artist in the family, Lajos Lukácsy.
This is also a kind of story of evolution. I remember being fascinated by Dalí’s works when I first saw them, but now I just can’t stand them. There are artists and people around me who inspire me, who I enjoy talking with, artists and friends, for example Norbert Kotormán or Imre Elek. For me, the conversations we have are even more important than their art.
Usually, it’s no use giving advice to the youth; however, if I were to give some anyway, I would tell them to be curious and keep their curiosity their whole lives.