A selection of photographs by Terence Koh will be on display at the fair. VB Some have said that you lie in interviews - is this true? TK I always tell the truth. I was taught that honesty is the best policy. VB Why are you fascinated with rabbits and all things white? TK Rabbits are quiet and very soft, and white is great because you can see everything on it. It is like a mirror almost. VB Being Asian but living in the United States, how do you feel about exhibiting in Asia? TK I am curious about what it must feel like to be born in Asia and to live in Asia. But Asia is also very different, from Burma to Hong Kong to China to Singapore. I am curious about Hong Kong, as I only know it through Wong Kar-wai movies. Are people in Hong Kong like they are in all those movies? VB Do you think Hong Kong and mainland China are ready for subversive art, especially of an overtly sexual, including homosexual, nature? TK No, but artists should still do it. That's what changes history for the better. VB Why do you use bodily fluids and faeces in your art? TK It's a subconscious Asian thing. To be aware of your body and self and what it expels. It's like an ephemeral thing. Like cherry blossoms falling down to the ground and dying. Like chrysanthemum flowers blooming in tea. VB What would you say to a critic who described you as decadent, bourgeois and self-indulgent? TK It's all true.