I was really disinterested in the more academic side of school. Almost to the day that I left school I got curious about culture generally, and society and art and painting and music and sculpture and films. And I just immersed myself in it for the next few years. I kind of almost took a home study. I really sort of educated myself. I just drew to the things that I really found exciting: new novelists, new books, new kinds of art, new theater, everything. And because I didn’t have any real training in any of them it didn’t occur to me that you were supposed to only stay in one of them. So for me it was quite appropriate that if I’m doing music, then I should also actually design some scenery for the stage and probably the costumes and I’ll do some paintings while I’m at it. And it just never stopped. I always worked in all mediums. And I’m such a great fan of how we interpret our culture; if we do it through art or if we do it through music. I’m a great fan of how other people do it. So I’ve got a real burning curiosity with other artists’ work; how they do what they do and where they get there and how do they think and stuff like that.
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