I look at goals, like, what do I want to do and where do I want to see myself. What position to I want to be in going forward.
I was inspired to shoot 'Look Back at It' in a high school because I'm like a voice of the youth. When the youth sees me in a classroom, I want them to be inspired to accomplish their dreams. I was just like them in a classroom at one point. It all starts in a classroom.
I remember, in my first show in New York, they asked, 'Where is the Indian-ness in your work?'... Now, the same people, after having watched the body of my work, say, 'There is too much Indian philosophy in your work.' They're looking for a superficial skin-level Indian-ness, which I'm not about.
I look good. I feel good and not to sound conceited I sound great.
I don't like it when people don't look me dead in the eye. I move my head around trying to catch their eye.
Everyone always says, 'When you look at a boy band, one of them has to be gay.' No, they don't.
A highbrow is the kind of person who looks at a sausage and thinks of Picasso.
A high-brow is someone who looks at a sausage and thinks of Picasso.
While children are struggling to be unique, the world around them is trying all means to make them look like everybody else.
I was famous from the age of 13, and after a while you become immune to it - in a good way. You look at positives and what you can do with it.
I think the virtue I prize above all others is curiosity. If you look really hard at almost anybody, and try to see why they're doing what they're doing, taking a dig at them ceases to be what you want to do even if you hate them.
I watch a lot of sport on television. I only watch certain sports, and I only watch them live - I don't think I've ever been able to watch a replay of a match or game of which the result was already decided. I feel bound to cheat and look up what can be looked up.