Your favourite virtue ::

Your favourite qualities in a man ::

Your favourite qualities in a woman ::

Your favourite occupation ::

Your idea of happiness ::
inspiration, home, transition

Your idea of misery ::
pervasive music

If not yourself, who would you be ::
my son

Where would you like to live ::
California, Cote d'Azur

Your favourite colour and flower ::
orange, magnolia

Your favourite prose authors ::
Franz Kafka

Your favourite poets ::
Charles Bukowski

Your favourite heroes in fiction ::

Your favourite heroines in fiction ::

Your favourite painters and composers ::
Terry Rodgers, Cliff Martinez

Your favourite heroes in real life ::
Nikola Tesla

Your favourite heroines in real life ::

What character(s) in history do you most dislike ::
everyone who brought death in the name of religion

Your favourite food and drink ::
--, water, herbal tea, coke light

Your favourite names ::
Your pet peeve (something that easily annoys you) ::
I don't like elephants in small city flats

The change you most anticipate ::
the end of stupidity

A gift of nature which I would like to have ::

How I would like to die ::

What is your present state of mind ::

Of what fault are you most tolerant ::

Your favourite motto ::

17 février 2008

"Audio conceptualist Norman Fairbanks was born in LA at a time when it became an ordinary thing that people would begin to utilize synthesizer of inacceptable size and weight in order to create music. His work is focused on the sociological and philosophical state description of American society through a targeted symbolic combination of typical American speech and noise elements with sounds.
Norman Fairbanks is a unique audio concept art project with the mission to freely melt and combine themes from the great American panopticon of modern media with selected environmental, acoustic or synthetic sound, in order to create an unbiasedly, non-contextual neo-expressionnist audio witness and reflection of contemporary American culture. Norman Fairbanks is a fictitious character" (source

Website :: Norman Fairbanks
Website :: discogs

:: the questionnaire is based on the original "questionnaire of Marcel Proust", created by Antoinette Faure around 1890.