IN SEARCH OF LOST TIME
IN THE TIME OF CORONAVIRUS
On this occasion Paulo von Vacano interviews Cecilia Dean, the founder of Visionaire – the magazine that rose from a desire to radically redefine the stagnant print format. Visonaire is also a multi-media art and fashion company that conceptualizes, curates and produces films, public art, experiences and limited editions.
What is your present state of mind?
Fight the Power or Power the fight? Both.
If not yourself, who would you be? My cat PookieToo.
What is time?
Do you have faith?
Where are you now? Rockaway, NYC
How is culture “infected”? Temporarily
What art do you have in your living room?
Your favorite heroine?
3 books that changed your life? “Outliers” by Malcolm Gladwell
What would you like to toast to?
In which restaurant would you want to eat your last supper and what would you order? Seared duck breast by me
Looking at yourself in the mirror, what do you see?
Which books are on your nightstand? “A Beautiful Crime” by Christopher Bollen, “New Grub Street” by George Gissing and “The Door” by Magda Szabó
Yin or Yang?
Your favorite Exhibition? This Progress by Tino Seghal at Guggenheim.
Your favorite Curator? Klaus Biesenbach
Your idea of mysery?
Your idea of mystery?
Your favorite drink?
If you could choose, how would you like to die?