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Paul Hameline

Paul Hameline

Q:  Who are you?
A: A 24 years old smiling person. 

Q: Tell us about your playlist.
A: It’s the best off of what I’ve been listening to over summer. 

Q: What are you working on right now?
A: Organizing my move to Paris.

Q: What are you working on next?
A: Figuring out why my celery plants won’t grow.

Q: What is the best story from a set or performance?/ Party?
A: When I played “I wanna Be Your Dog” by Iggy Pop and everyone went mad. The energy, a particularly sexual one immersed in the crowd.

Q: What is the best sound?
A: A summer storm. 

Q: What is your favorite part of your creative process?
A: The visual and theoretical research. 

Q: What is your favorite color?
A: Klein blue and fuchsia. 

Q: What artist do you admire the most?
A: David Wojnarovicz and Arthur Rimbaud. 

Q: If you were a cocktail, what would you be?
A: An extra dirty vodka martini. 

Q: What is the greatest feeling in the world?
A: Having a dance, having a laugh with loved ones after confinement. 

Q: What was the last thing that made you laugh really hard?
A: Great Demon Kings: a Memoir of Poetry, Sex, Art, Death and Enlightenment by John Giorno 

Q: What is the last text message in your phone?
A: A day, an hour and an address. 

Q: What was the last song you listened to on repeat?
A: “Thanx 4 Nothing” by John Giorno and William Burroughs songs. 

Q: If you could supervise music for a TV show or a movie, what would it be?
A: A David Lynch film.