It's always an honor to be featured in a publication. In our world of noise spouting from every direction, it's special to occupy space in the finite medium of print. SFAQ International Arts and Culture is a publication I've seen but know little about, and this issue is an Asian inspired issue. Somehow I'm nestled next to articles with Takashi Murakami, Makoto Aida, Tim Blum, Ai Weiwei, and many more.
The interview request seemed to come out of nowhere, and I have to thank Carlo McCormick, a godfather of art writing for the interview. If Jonathan Gold is a punk rock food critic, Carlo McCormick is the equivalent in art.
I'm guessing Carlo picked me for the interview, perhaps as a way for us to catch up. It's been years since I've seen Carlo, who'd frequent our GRNY location.
One day, I'll need to get some photographs of myself. I had none to submit for the article.
SFAQ link (the interview appears cleaner in here)