SZAJNER















Your favourite virtue ::
Guilt

Your favourite qualities in a man ::
feminity

Your favourite qualities in a woman ::
feminity

Your favourite occupation ::
wondering

Your idea of happiness ::
Simplifying

Your idea of misery ::
unnecessary complexity

If not yourself, who would you be ::
my shadow I guess, no, I'm sure!

Where would you like to live ::
there, always there...

Your favourite colour and flower ::
black, white rose

Your favourite prose authors ::
too few

Your favourite poets ::
too many

Your favourite heroes in fiction ::
God

Your favourite heroines in fiction ::
God

Your favourite painters and composers ::
Francis Bacon, same for composer, i.e. when you paint, you compose.
No distinction should be made between the mediums.

Your favourite heroes in real life ::
??? I suppose I should feel a sense of guilt (see above) for not providing a "real" answer

Your favourite heroines in real life ::
the woman who shares my life

What characters in history do you most dislike ::
Ponce Pilate, poor guy, unable to take a decision!

Your favourite food and drink ::
changes constantly, luckily!

Your favourite names ::
"what's in a name" (Shakespeare must have said that)

Your pet aversion ::
stubborn stupidity with additional layers of thickness

The reform which you most estimate ::
my own psychotherapy

The gift of the nature which I would like to have ::
choosing when I die

How I would like to die ::
having done all I wish to do

What is your present state of mind ::
feeling too busy to answer these questions and being upset by my vanity which pushes me to take the time I
should not take

For what fault have you most toleration ::
Love

Your favourite motto ::
before you teach a child to speak you should teach him to shut up.

2 octobre 2006 09:21 (GMT)

Szajner is visual artist, musician, art director, who lives somewhere between London (UK) and Paris (France).

Website :: Szajner

:: the questionnaire is based on the original "questionnaire of marcel proust", created by antoinette faure around 1890