David arranged around him all sorts of art installations: in our apartment, on the bookshelves, in his office, and even on the dinner table. He also loved to buy toys, exotic objects and collected all kinds of strange things.
And every weekend, David and I would go "hunting" at the Portabello Road market.
He'd like to mix funky, cheap, profane and, really expensive silver souvenirs or masks he brought back from his travels.
It was as if he constantly moved through objects, ideas, considering to start a new game or the most unbelievable scheme possible. Before I met David, I always felt that I had to adapt to normality. But here, it was quite the opposite: David was even more playful than me and admired practically everything "outside of the box."
This is one of the "installations" that he put together in his office.
I would call all of them "magical bureaucracy" installations because there were more rules than one might imagine.