David Lynch is the subject of the current exhibition David Lynch: Between Two Worlds at the Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane. After attending the exhibition’s opening weekend and hearing Lynch speak in one of his rare public appearances, I broadcasted an hour long special on the exhibition while also discussing Lynch’s extraordinary career as a filmmaker and artist. This is the full transcript of that broadcast.
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