A recorded interview, May 11th 2010, from Penarth, Wales, with artist Jim Dine in his Paris studio. The conversation ranges from his early involvement with 'Happenings', staged in New York City at the turn of the '60s with Claes Oldenburg. Dine ...
speaks about favourite subjects in his graphic work; hearts, tools, the bathrobe and extensive Pinocchio series. The exchange between interviewer and artist is terse and direct, conditioned by the fragile link of a long distance mobile phone call. The transcript captures Dine's dry and acute observations,in a plain speaking account of his art.