Where do you live?
In Shoreditch, East London with my wife, Ann. Were I in Cyprus, it would be north of Paphos
Best childhood memory?
When I was about five a man turned up at our house and gave me a watch; I had never seen him before and never saw him again.
What did you have for breakfast?
Fruit, toast, tea.
Do you consider yourself a night or day person?
Best book ever read?
The Adventures of Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Caroll
Either Ivan the Terrible Part 2 by Sergei Eisenstein or Toy Story 3 by John Lasseter.
What is your dream trip?
As far as possible from Brexit.
What music are you listening to in the car?
You Want it Darker, by the late Leonard Cohen
What is always in your fridge?
Describe your dream house?
The one we live in but about three times bigger.
If you could pick anyone at all to have dinner with who would it be?
Any of Kasimir Malevich, Piet Mondrian, Luibov Popova, Hannah Hoch: among the best artists of the 20th century.
If the world is ending in 24 hours what would you do?
Empty the contents of the fridge with Ann.
What is your greatest fear?
David Batchelor recently supported The Space Art for Charity Exhibition which took place in the Annabelle Hotel to raise funds for Pasykaf, Cancer Patient Support Group and Archangel Michael Hospice. His work, a sketch for a sculpture – Niche Art – remains for sale through the Space for Art Charity FB page; call Sarah Coyne for information 99 254491