Indie Sleaze expulsive interview

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Indie Sleaze

How the mid-noughties trend of Indie Sleaze is set for a return, with the likes of proactive advertising, outdated technology and lengthy nonsensical Tumblr-style quotes set to take over Instagram feeds, the high street and catwalks.

Are you ready to answer any questions or are you gonna hide your life?
I’ll tell you in another life, when we’re both cats 

“People want a more nonchalant mash-up of things that feel right in the moment. Indie sleaze was ultimately about seeking pleasure, approaching life as a giant mashup, making the most out of the moment at a time when life was getting darker”

– Geraldine Wharry, futurist

What turns you on creatively, spiritually or emotionally?
Authenticity, humor, good manners, and music. 

What turns you off?
Slow walkers, people who put their feet on seats on public transit. 

What is your favorite virtue?

What do you think about Instagram?
It’s cool, but it can get you down if you’re not in a good place. Use wisely. 

Virtual or reality?
Virtual Insanity by Jamiroquai  

Confess something which, if you reveal, would hurt someone?
The moon landing is fake.  

What do you do for a living?
Video Editor.

Would you go to a nude beach?
I’ve been to one.

What kind of underwear do u wear most?
ummm…what? lol 

Tell Me About a Time You Failed?
I fail everyday but what counts is I get back up and try again. 

Do you have any relationship at the moment?

How do you want your future husband to be like?
Not sure if I’m marriage material. 

What are the situations that make you angry?
People committed to misunderstanding or judging others 

Where Do You See Yourself in Five Years?
Hopefully more financially secure and artistically free 

What do you think about people who lost our codes?
I don’t understand the question. 

Are you ready to fight for a cause? Which one?
I’m down to fight for any cause, specifically for indigenous freedoms and justice 

For or against prostitution?
I support sex workers, just as long as no one is forced into anything. 

Are you happy today?
No, I have too many work deadlines

What can you say to your followers?
You’re all the best and have great taste.

Enri Mato is an urban architect and photographer born in 1986 into a family of artists. His father was a sculptor and his mother was a restorer, who worked at the Louvre Museum in Paris. He grew up in Tirana, where he discovered his interest in photography and art at an early age.

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