A 1992 documentary, Buying art, selling Billy Apple, examined the artistic practice of one of New Zealand's best-known post-object artists. In this excerpt, Billy Apple talks about his arms-length approach to making works, and the role of critic Wystan Curnow as a creative collaborator.
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