STANISLAV VDOVIN



Your favourite virtue ::
peace of mind

Your favourite qualities in a man ::
introversion, creativity, knowing of self-imperfection

Your favourite qualities in a woman ::
same as in a man

Your favourite occupation ::
listening to nature

Your idea of happiness ::
social acknowledgement, stability and love

Your idea of misery ::
forced actions or situations

If not yourself, who would you be ::
a rock-star, a woman, or a pine-tree

Where would you like to live ::
in my own house

Your favourite colour and flower ::
white and camomile, forget-me-nots

Your favourite prose authors ::
robert louis stevenson, albert camus, mikhail bulgakov

Your favourite poets ::
arseny tarkovsky

Your favourite heroes in fiction ::
in childhood it was ged, a wizard of earthsea

Your favourite heroines in fiction ::
i guess, none

Your favourite painters and composers ::
gerhard richter and johann sebastian bach

Your favourite heroes in real life ::
people, who work for own ideas

Your favourite heroines in real life ::
my mother

What character(s) in history do you most dislike ::
there are some in my own story

Your favourite food and drink ::
vegetable salad and mother's stewed soft fruit

Your favourite names ::
i noticed i have a sympathy to any woman with the name Vera

Your pet peeve (something that easily annoys you) ::
bad manners

The change you most anticipate ::
expansion of my audience

A gift of nature which I would like to have ::
more energy and patience to overcome circumstances

How I would like to die ::
peacefully

What is your present state of mind ::
changes from apathy to excitement

Of what fault are you most tolerant ::
bad cooking

Your favourite motto ::
some day

2 août 2008

Станислав Вдовин (Stanislav Vdovin) is a composer, musician and sound-designer, living in Ни́жний Но́вгород (Nizhny Novgorod)

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