|Title||Two Melons and a Stinking Fish - ACE349.5|
Lucas outside a public toilet, holding a large fish. Lucas talking about the smell of fish and cheese. She doesn’t think she has "ambivalent feelings about being a woman", or that she tries to masculinise herself. Sculpture 1-123-123-12-12 (1991). Hume, with two tomatoes and a carrot in his lap, talking about Lucas’s image. Lucas buying eggs, and a Turkish takeaway. Frying eggs which she puts on a table for Two Fried Eggs and a Kebab (1992). Hirst commenting on the humour of Lucas’s work. Caption: "Cerith Wyn Evans Opening White Cube, London 1996." Lucas greeting friends. People at the show. Muir and Evans on young artists playing at "being the bit of rough introduced to high society…". Lucas answers friend’s question on how she thinks her working class roots have influenced her success by saying that success is individual, but that the "reality" people perceive in working one’s way up is advantageous.
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