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LR: how we use the place has re­ally evolved over the years. first and fore­most, it re­mains a place for us all to get to­gether, but we also use it to pur­sue our pas­sions. When Misha ar­rives he gets full of en­ergy and does more and more things. MB: I’m on the phone with [the Barysh­nikov arts Cen­ter in] new york all the time. I have a lit­tle stu­dio here where I have done a few projects with my co-con­spir­a­tors in crime. We de­velop fu­ture pieces with the dancers. some­times I play a lit­tle golf; I go fish­ing. When we first ar­rived I started pho­tograph­ing dancers around the dr and pub­lished a book called Do­mini­can Moves. LR: for me this is a place to read and write. and we see an­nette and other friends. MB: But it’s also a place for us to con­nect with our past. The fur­ni­ture and art serve as a sort of his­tory book. ev­ery paint­ing and ev­ery chair trig­gers some­thing dif­fer­ent from the last 40-plus years, since I’ve been in the United states, and all the places lisa and I have been. LR: Too bad our fur­ni­ture can’t talk.

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