On the Turner Prize. Mostly quoted as "an ongoing national joke" or just a "national joke."
Before 1999, Tracey Emin and Sarah Lucas offered to get me exhibitions, but joining the Stuckists put a kaibosh on all that — because I wasn't prepared to be controlled. I agreed to co-found the Stuckists to be allowed to say what I wanted, and I left the Stuckists because I didn't really want to be in them in the first place.
Milner, Frank (ed): The Stuckists Punk Victorian, p. 21. National Museums Liverpool, 2005.
I like being on the margins. You work better there.
I am angry with him but I have compassion for him. The reason I can have a relationship with him is that I don’t see him as my father but as an individual. I’m glad I didn’t murder him that day. I couldn’t have lived with myself if I had.