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I’d like to close by asking you briefly how the dandy’s style and apparel invention has permeated all of your film, video, and light work. I was born like this. It’s actually quite simple. I inherited this. My grandfather once convinced my grandmother to turn her gold earrings into cufflinks for him. My father is a seamstress. End of. I adore sewing. I have my clothes made. I adore the art of tailoring, it’s extraordinary. I went to the same school as John Galliano, Stephen Jones, all these people. Stefano Pilati praised me in GQ magazine as the best dressed man in the world. And I’m proud. And every day, some old woman or some kid comes up to me and says, “I like the way you look.” And I said, “Well, I like the way you look too.” I was in Paris and the head of the Comme des Garçons came up to me and said, “You look great, honey.” That happened to me all the time. How wonderful. I like attention, I like to show off in funny clothes. I’ve always been like that, ever since I was a kid. Evans 2018.
No fantasy, really. It’s just how you feel about yourself. I suppose growing up in Wales I was beaten up as a child and I was terrified. People will bully me, because I think I’m not a normal person by nature. Because I wear funny clothes. But those funny clothes are not designer clothes, they are clothes that I will sew myself. Then you grow up and identify with a slightly different look. Do you see any connection between your fascination with invention and the dapper literary figures of the past, like Raymond Roussel, Alfred Jarry or Duchamp? We know from someone like Raymond Roussel, he’s very self-aware. He was painfully aware of his own place in the world. He has the means to be very special and smart about how he can order his clothes, because the people with the money will do it. The Duke is a very commoditized figure that appeared in 18th century Western Europe, and is associated with narcissism and wealth. And the working classes have adopted a lot of dandyism through subcultures like music, etc. But what intrigues me is the shared passion among dandy people like Roussel, Jarry, Duchamp and yourself with self-creation. Yes of course. And there is a kind of mythical organization. The same is true of Kenneth Anger. Before this interview, I reviewed Kenneth Anger’s Inauguration of the Dome of Joy. I know Kenneth Anger – he’s still alive, thank God. He saw one of my movies and said to me, “You’re a companion.” He sent me a birthday card on my birthday – I almost died. It is interesting. I just went out of my mind. But in a way, we all have to build our identities, and one of the ways to do that is to control your performance and appearance in the world. Part of me thought I wasn’t properly dressed until someone treated me badly every day. You’ll put something on and then someone will yell at you, “You bastard!” You will be abused. I’m telling the truth. You get yelled at from across the street and you think, “I must be doing something right.”
They were also made the year I was born, like Lucio Fontana’s Manifesto of Spatial Concepts. So, in a way, they’re springboards for me. Stella painted those pictures when he was in his early 20s, and I’m curious if there’s something in your glorification of them as signs of youthful impulsivity. That’s it. You’re absolutely right. And you’ll have to come to New York to see what I do with them. They can exist in a photo and as a quote from the original, but you’ll have to come and see how they work in space, because I made them with neon so they’re transparent and you can see through them. It’s completely different. Meaningless. For example, think about what Karlheinz Stockhausen did with Haydn. So music has a huge influence on what I do. And to some extent I think of Stella’s original as some sort of piece of music that I’m playing by shifting it to another spatial and visual register. They are stepping stones. It’s like when John Cage said to Morton Feldman, “Just take a note, Morty, and use it as a springboard for the next note.” That’s it.
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