Adam Kimmel: Chelsea, Manhattan.
IM: Do you work here alone?
AK: No, there are 4 in total.
IM: For how long has this been your studio?
AK: 7 years.
IM: How is the neighborhood?
AK: I love it here. It’s quiet and filled with positive energy.
IM: How would you describe the style of your studio?
AK: It’s as relaxed as it can be. Nothing forced and fetished..
IM: The style of your studio is it arranged or has it evolved little by little?
AK: It always evolves little by little.
IM: What is the coolest thing in your studio?
AK: I have windows overlooking the Hudson River.
IM: If you should change one thing or add one thing what would it be?
AK: I wouldn’t mind having a private area to work in.
IM: How much time do you approximately spend at your studio?
AK: As much as it takes to finish my job and then it’s off to spend time with my family.
IM: How influential are your surroundings when you work?
AK: I’d say pretty important. I find I do my best in white spaces or blue spaces. They say blue is the color of creativity.
IM: What are you unable to work without?
AK: My croquis.
IM: What would you save in a fire?
AK: A Dennis Hopper photography and a George Herms monoprint.
IM: What is the latest addition to the studio?
AK: Our new studio assistant Marissa Jartcky.
IM: Chaos or order?
IM: Does your studio resemble your home?
AK: No. Home is more comfortable.
IM: Which piece of art would you like to own?
AK: I’d be psyched to have a corporate sized Dan Colen Bird Shit.
IM: What are you working on at the moment?
AK: A new film.