6 October 2007
"the last residues of artistic aspiration toward transcendence (by means of traditional studio skills and privileged modes of experience)"
On Daniel Liebeskind: "The original sketches for the Royal Ontario Museum were drawn on napkins - and turned out to be so close to the final design that the napkins themselves were exhibited. In fact, Libeskind has produced some of his best work at the dinner table - his famous Jewish Museum in Berlin was mostly elaborated on kitchen roll. 'I know a lot of architects who draw on expensive paper that will never disintegrate and is designed for archives. To me that's a slightly fictitious version of the creative process. The creative process involves whatever pops into your head.'"
From the Guardian, Observer Food Monthly