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Interviews 7

Rohan Quine - New York - Interviews 7Interviews 7. […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, and its profundity I’ve not yet myself worked out, I don’t know what it means. I think it’s basically some kind of exploration of fear, because the guy’s looking pretty fearful, at the moon with this claw on it. And the fried eggs were a little homage to Dalí, who does notable drippy fried eggs.
(See video here.)


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