David Bowie: to be an artist is to be “dysfunctional”

In this interview from 1998, David Bowie describes his need to paint, what it was like living in Berlin with Iggy Pop, and why he feels you must be “loony” to be an artist.

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3 thoughts on “David Bowie: to be an artist is to be “dysfunctional”

  1. Loved it…as he is one of my early influences within the music culture and of lyrical development.
    And he;s right…man needs little in the way of diversification, yet commerce abounds in it.

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