Describe a typical day in your life as an artist -

There are no typical days or nights, especially with erratic patterns of slumber. Days of waiting, Internet surfing on a slow bandwidth, doodles with used, non-drying printer-ink, shopping for the perfect tape dispenser or screwdriver, all convey a state of procrastination. Then, like a maelstrom, an idea activates an inescapable intense sea of effort in the studio, even all important paperwork and communication is swallowed in a vortex that can take days and nights; or a postulation appears, hell-bent toward reality therapy that I know, upon conception, will consume years.