If your practice were a song, what would it be?
Since I always talk about my obsession for diversity I would say that if my practice was a song, it would be a bunch of songs. In no particular order: You Or The Gang by When Saints Go Machine, Father by Ellis May, Kyoto by Yung Lean, Take Me Into Your Skin by Anders Trentemøller, Business and Pleasure by Tuomas Toivonen, Ta Fête by Stromae, Tänd Alla Ljus by Silvana Imam, Young Again by Kasper Bjørke, What Else Is There? by Röyskopp with The Knife’s Karin Dreijer, Demain, c’est loin by IAM, Oldie by Odd Future, Blastit... by Shabazz Palaces, Girl by The Internet, Kicks by FKA twigs, Ascenseur pour l’échafaud soundtrack by Miles Davis, Be a Body by Grimes.
Who would be your dream roommate?
Prince would have been pretty dope—best musician and singer, smart, fun...and we could compete on our pancake and basketball skills, two of my favorite things. If you could be made of one material, what would it be?
Liquid metal. See Terminator 2. Does your outfit matter to you?
Yes, but mostly for practical reasons. So I tend to go for minimal but innovative and smart features, and definitely lots of pockets!
What is your least favorite location in the world?
Have you ever cried in the rain?
Probably. Actually yes, in Rotterdam, when I heard my grandfather died.
Do you have a drink of choice?
Not just one. My top five: water, espresso, Caipirinha, fresh watermelon juice and cold sake.
How do you define ‘home’?
I’ve traveled a lot the past years. Now home is being with friends. I’m in the process of making a new home for them, so they’ll be able to come to us. We want to make a peaceful and autonomous form of community, not too far but remote enough from society. It will include office facilities, of course.