Whatâ€™s your Sunday morning routine? Iâ€™m not a creature of habit. Monday to Friday I try to be up at 7am; on the weekend I might be up early and I might not.
Breakfast? I make what is referred to as vegan brunch: bread from the E5 Bakehouse in London Fields, fried tomatoes from the garden, mushrooms, homemade baked beans.
Do you work? Iâ€™ll head to the studio if thereâ€™s a show or a panic on. I have a team midweek, but on Sundays I have the space to myself. Thereâ€™s a recyclerâ€™s next door, and their diggers spend a lot of time smashing metal outside the window. Not on Sunday, though. Itâ€™s a joy, and where Iâ€™m happiest.
The perfect day out? We went to Gloucestershire last weekend to see Giffords Circus. That was wonderful. I found it quite emotional: the circus pulls you in. In the grand finale you feel youâ€™ve crossed a bridge.
How do you relax? With a book. At the moment theyâ€™re Jake Chapmanâ€™s 1984.1 and The Peregrine by JA Baker. Iâ€™m also reading Novacene by James Lovelock. He argues that humanity will sacrifice itself and dissolve into data. Iâ€™m not convinced.
Are drinks involved? Iâ€™m a bit of a binger, really, but I canâ€™t handle it any more. Maybe Iâ€™m too old or itâ€™s because Iâ€™m a vegan, but I have to be careful else I end up overdoing it, which isnâ€™t nice for anyone.
A favourite shop? Iâ€™m trying really hard not to shop, refraining from consuming things unnecessarily. I try to fix my own clothes, although Iâ€™m slow; I love a pair of darned socks, or repairing an old jumper with a hole in it.
And Sunday nights? I might try reading in the bath, but thatâ€™s fraught with danger. And then I set an alarm for 7am on Monday, which I may or may not get up for.
Gavin Turkâ€™s exhibition, Letting Go, is on at Reflex Gallery, Amsterdam until 6 December (reflexamsterdam.com)