68 words with JOSH BITELLI


Our profiles of contributors to GRAPHITE‘s fifth issue continues with a flash interview with artist London-based Josh Bitelli.

Q1 – Life story:

A1 – tba

Q2 – Childhood fantasy of “adulthood”:

A2 – Teachers live at school, wardens live in the par cark, it’s kind of nice, not understanding the formulae of the working day.

Q3 – Ideal meal:

A3 – Joining the late Roberto Bolano on one of his midnight chicken shop impromptu meetings of poets and writers.

Q4 – Your art practice:

A4 – has moved, come say hi at our new premises – Zinger Tower, Rye Lane, London.

Q5 – Your work featured in the upcoming issue of GRAPHITE:

A5 – Remnants of exhaustive and repetitive labour. Residue of stuff consumed, twice proven.

Stay tuned into the GRAPHITE blog for more previews of our contributors before the journal’s launch on June 6.