Category Archives: Those NY Nineties Interviews

Interviews 1

Posted on July 20, 2012 by Rohan Quine

[Crapping on about New York.] (47”)   [Text:] It’s a place that you can never exhaust it, you can never beat it, it will always be cussedly and grindingly moving on and doing its own thing, as a town, and … Get to know more »

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Interviews 2

Posted on July 20, 2012 by Rohan Quine

[…And crapping on about moving there from L.A.] (2’23”)   [Text:] When I left college I thought, “I’m about to leave all these people and I’m never going to see them again, so I think I’m gonna go round and … Get to know more »

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Interviews 3

Posted on July 20, 2012 by Rohan Quine

[…And about emotional developments.] (1’44”)   [Text:] [Julie:] You seemed to understand what compassion was, as an idea, but you didn’t feel it. I felt it in a vivid sort of generalised way, but the compassion that comes from a … Get to know more »

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Interviews 4

Posted on July 20, 2012 by Rohan Quine

[… And the death/fear/horror side of things.] (3’07”)   [Text:] [Julie:] D’you think about death ever? I don’t think enormously about death, no, I’m more interested in what I can do and what happens while I’m alive. There’s some slightly … Get to know more »

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Interviews 5

Posted on July 20, 2012 by Rohan Quine

[…And screen-related stuff.] (2’04”)   [Text:] [Caeser:] You mentioned the film stuff. Are there any films you’re involved with that you would like to mention? Well, I would like to give a little mention to Zoo. It has Debbie Harry … Get to know more »

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Interviews 6

Posted on July 20, 2012 by Rohan Quine

[This is me wittering about my U.S. immigration travails, and about an electronic music duo that I was half of, named Apricot Feline. The two of us did record two or three demo tracks in small recording-studios, but it never … Get to know more »

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Interviews 7

Posted on July 20, 2012 by Rohan Quine

[…And mentioning the paintings I’d done.] (25”)   [Text:] [Meira:] And we are now sitting in front of one of your paintings. Tell us about the art that you do. This is a profound painting called Fried Eggs by Moonlight, … Get to know more »

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Interviews 8

Posted on July 20, 2012 by Rohan Quine

[…And tattoos.] (32”)   [Text:] I’m not putting down the art of tattooing but for me I didn’t look at my actual image designs as art—but yeah, the fact that they were there, the fact that they were placed there … Get to know more »

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Interviews 9

Posted on July 20, 2012 by Rohan Quine

[…And modelling.] (1’20”)   [Text:] [Meira:] You modelled with Tyson [Beckford], and you were in an Absolut Vodka ad. Yeah, with Tyson; that was for OneWorld magazine. We were modelling clothing by Epperson, and I think that was the last … Get to know more »

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Interviews 10

Posted on July 20, 2012 by Rohan Quine

[…And gender.] (2’27”)   [Text:] [Caeser:] An element of your image is androgyny. Is there anything philosophical or political behind that? Yeah, partly. Following on from just its being natural, there is also a political element which is that I … Get to know more »

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Interviews 11

Posted on July 20, 2012 by Rohan Quine

[…And wittering about having won a Sinéad O’Connor look-alike contest in the East Village, an unexpected and spontaneous occurrence, but bizarrely fitting since I loved her music.] (1’32”)   [Text:] [Meira:] You played a Sinéad O’Connor look-alike. That was the … Get to know more »

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Interviews 12

Posted on July 20, 2012 by Rohan Quine

[…And about writing.] (1’02”) [Text:] [Meira:] You’ve got so many rave reviews since your book came out. NYweb says about you that “it’s one of those seminal works that goes on to be accorded the status of a classic,” and … Get to know more »

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Interviews 13

Posted on July 16, 2012 by Rohan Quine

[…And about smoking. Until quitting in 2001, it was a daily average of about ten painfully super-slim Capri cigarettes—a fierce little lifestyle in themselves, these things were, each packet like a chic little array of size-double-zero fashion-models.] (21”) [Text:] And … Get to know more »

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Interviews 14

Posted on July 16, 2012 by Rohan Quine

[…And about my boyfriend.] (1’51”) [Text:] [Julie:] How does it feel to be in a relationship for six years? Oh, very lucky, very lucky. Our surface has been very calm through the years, there’s not really been apparent ups and … Get to know more »

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Interviews 15

Posted on July 16, 2012 by Rohan Quine

[…And previous relationships.] (4’29”) [Text:] Well, I remember the first boy that I was infatuated with was called […]. I was six and two-thirds and I began to get really interested in this boy and to think about him a … Get to know more »

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Interviews 16

Posted on July 16, 2012 by Rohan Quine

[…And children—a strange phenomenon that I’ve heard about but have encountered little and thought about less.] (17”) [Julie:] Do you ever think about having children? No, I really don’t enjoy the company of children! [Mirth.] Children are a great thing … Get to know more »

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