ON THE RECORD
David Byrne? “Working with David I liken to following David on a bicycle, which I did a number of times in various cities,” she says.
“You’re on the sidewalk one minute and the next minute the sidewalk ends and you’re on a highway racing with trucks and trying not to get run over and going, ‘Where the hell are we going?’ and then all of a sudden you’re at the most beautiful beach you’ve ever seen or an art gallery in a remote part of the south.
“There’s often that moment of trepidation, but then you end up with an amazing vista.” She laughs.
“So it was great. I don’t know that his mind ever turns off. I think the most exciting thing about him is that he never looks back. I’ve never met anybody with less nostalgia. It’s always about the next thing, the new project . . . he’s designed chairs and written books; he can knock
“There’s often that moment of trepidation, but then you end up with an