Kate Petley: To respond within the framework of contemporary art, I'd like to collaborate with Katharina Grosse, Iza Genzken or, since I'm dreaming, architect Zaha Hadid, to name a few.
Who in the world is interesting to you right now, and why?
This list changes constantly, but I'm currently looking at artwork by Raoul de Keyser, James Turrell, Charlene von Heyl, Thomas Nozkowski, Ellsworth Kelly, Jacqueline Humphries, Arlene Shechet and Richard Tuttle. The anonymous abstract paintings presented in the book Tantric Song by Franck Andre Jamme are incredible.
What's one art trend you want to see die this year?
The lurking tendency to believe that artists run out of good ideas and the ability to successfully execute them as they grow older.
What's your day job?
I'm in the studio full time.Continue reading for more from Kate Petley.