1. Which qualities of personality help an artist to make art and which hinder him or her?

To make art, you have to work on yourself and your inner world. But personality qualities can be left to build your résumé when you apply for a job.

2. What is your favorite thing to do besides art?

Looking for art in things I couldn't see before.

3. Have you ever had a situation in your life that influenced your art positively/negatively? Or greatly changed the way you look at what you do?

I think that at some point in my life I quit my official job and dedicated my life to creativity: not that positively or negatively, this totally changed my outlook on the world.

4. Who would you like to talk to about any person who has ever lived or is living now? Why this person in particular?

Well, if that's the case, why aren't people from the future on this list? I know the past, I live in the present, but I don't know what's to come, so that's what makes it interesting.

5. How does your art change the world, the culture, yourself?

Art shouldn't change the world, it should complement it. I don't think an artist should ask these questions: it's better to create and get satisfaction from what he/she does.

6. What do you think the future of contemporary art is?

In the future, contemporary art will be the art of the early twenty-first century, and the art of that time will be contemporary art.

7. What do you think about the ups and downs of NFT? Do you have any NFT projects?

Let's talk about that in ten years.

8. Your recommendations: what to watch/read/listen to about art? (podcasts, movies, books, events, exhibitions, etc.)

Talk to artists in person more often.

9. What elements would you note in our art drop?

I liked the idea of customization. I think I'll definitely add something to the black, or, as in your case, white square!

10. What is the most valuable thing to you (in the world, in life, in creativity)?

The most valuable thing a person can have is himself. If you love you, you will love the world.