Yosafa Deutsch is a sculpture student at Herron. Q: What are you reading?
A: Anais Nin’s Delta of Venus.
Q: What do you like about the local art scene?
A: The growth that seems to be going on.
Q: What don’t you like?
A: The excess of landscape paintings.
Q: What inspires you?
A: A desire to evoke emotion from people in a society of apathy.
Q: Drug of choice?
A: I can’t remember.
Q: Favorite politician?
A: Is it even possible to have a favorite politician?
Q: What is the hardest thing about what you do?
A: Walking the line, and it’s very shaky, of how much of myself to expose or not expose to people.
Q: Three people you would invite to dinner?
A: Mom, Grandma and Eva Hesse.
Q: Where is your favorite place to hang out and why?
A: At this little park, on the river, down the road from the house I grew up in.
Q: What is your favorite commercial?
A: The one where the set-up is that it is a reality show about a couple that gets married and lives in a small house, and then it is for car insurance I think. I think that every reality show write is kicking themselves for not having come up with that concept for an actual show.
Q: Can love be pornographic?
A: Everything can be pornographic.