McQueen, whose series of (what some of us would call) films hasn’t been entered for BAFTAs or Oscars, says, “I just make stuff. You are the guys who want to put labels on things. That limits your thoughts and your imagination. If you want to be limited by form then fine. But kids aren’t. It feels dusty. It feels like an old conversation.” – Irish Times

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