Roni Horn, Untitled from the series 'Still Water (The River Thames, For Example)', 1999, lithograph on paper, 77 x 105 cm. Courtesy: American Acquisitions Committee 2005 © Tate, London 2017

Q: What do you like the look of? A: Water, always, in any weather. Calm, stormy, in the morning, at sunset, even at night.

By Ilya and Emilia Kabakov
Untitled, 2017. Courtesy and photograph: William Forsythe

Q: What do you wish you knew? A: ‘Why I find vacuuming the house so oddly gratifying.’

By William Forsythe

Q: What do you like the look of? A: Art that does not look like art

By Nicholas Logsdail
Clockwise from top left: Elmgreen & Dragset, Study for ‘One Day’, 2015; Hans-Peter Feldmann, Untitled, 1999; and Dan Perjovschi, Out of Print, 2007.Courtesy: Elmgreen & Dragset and Hans-Peter Feldmann.  

Q: What images keep you company in the space where you work?

By Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset

Q: What do you like the look of? A: Someone who knows who they are

By Glenn Ligon

Q: What do you like the look of? A: Pears

By Kasper König

Q: What do you wish you knew? A: All that I don’t, of course!

By Joseph Kosuth
Charles Atlas, Untitled and undated image supplied by the artist. Courtesy: the artist

Q: What should stay the same? A: Change.

By Charles Atlas

Q. What is art for? A. To tell us where we are.

By JW Anderson
Paolo Uccello, Niccolò Mauruzi da Tolentino at the Battle of San Romano, 1438–40, egg tempera with walnut oil and linseed oil on poplar, 1.8 × 3.2 m. Courtesy: National Gallery, London
Q: What are you reading? A: About what money can’t buy
By Edi Rama

Q. What could you imagine doing if you didn’t do what you do? A. Being a charismatic leader.

By Roger Hiorns

Q. What should change? A. Everything. Q. What should stay the same? A. Everything

By Djorde Ozbolt