PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A CONSUMER: RICHARD SANDERSON.

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Photo (c)  Kayleigh Shepherd.

Music

Miles Davis
Tufty Swift
Van Der Graaf Generator
Laura Mvula
Joni Mitchell
Bob Dylan
John Butcher
Blind Willie McTell
Gil Scott Heron
Magma
Henry Cowell
Judee Sill
Ennio Morricone  small group stuff
Mike Cooper
Derek Bailey
Philip Glass up to 1976
Beethoven
Laura Nyro

Television

The Good Place
Vic and Bob’s Big Night Out
Utopia
Line of Duty
Timeslip
The latest Doctor Who
Gerry Anderson
Beasts
Inside No 9
Jonathan Meades
Red Riding Trilogy
Saxondale

Books 

Herman Melville –  Moby Dick
Margaret Atwood – Oryx and Crake
Ann Quin – Berg
Nicci French
Val McDermid
Samuel Beckett
Ruth Rendell
Jennifer Egan – A Visit from the Goon Squad
Robert Louis Stevenson – Treasure Island
JG Ballard
David Peace
Don Paterson – Nil Nil

Films

Werkmeister Harmonies
2001: A Space Odyssey
Fish Tank
High Rise ( and everything else by Ben Wheatley)
Jeff Keen
Elephant
Summer Interlude
Get Carter
Sexy Beast
Stalker
Stan Brakage

Places

Scarborough
Transporter Bridge, Middlesbrough
Barcelona
The Dog and Bell, Deptford
The National Gallery, London
De La Warr Pavilion
Glasgow

Other Stuff

Hohner melodeons
Toy cameras
My wind up gramophone
Cassettes
Black cats
View-Master stereo viewers
Photography books
The Darjeeling, Lewisham
Timothy Taylor Landlord
Badges
Pamphlets
David Aaronovitch
Tony Blair
Earplugs

Bio: Richard Sanderson. Born in Teesside in 1960. Was in punk and post bands. Moved to London in 1985. Active as a free improvising musician, playing around Europe and recording several albums. Presented “Little Atoms” on Resonance FM for 6 years, runs record label Linear Obsessional. Lives in Hither Green, South East London with wife, two adopted kids and two adopted cats. He has danced with Blackheath Morris Men for 12 years.