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I’m in Christchurch, where my mother is from, and I’m about to go back to Vienna. I can categorically say I am not reading anything. I’m writing more, and I think those two things are mutually exclusive. It’s anecdotal art writing for a publication coming out next year, I hope.

Is writing part of your practice?

It is. I set up a publisher, called Painting Diary, this year, dedicated to artists’ editions. The publication isn’t a part of my practice but sits alongside; it’s a discreet output.

Your practice has a strong theoretical underpinning and clearly leans on some epistemological philosophy. How do you reconcile the impetus to make with a theoretical point of view?

An experience – or the epistemological questions – are

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