Sue Lawley's castaway this week is the artist Tracey Emin.
Tracey Emin is one of the most successful and controversial artists to emerge during the 1990s. Her work was championed early on by influential art dealer Jay Jopling and later by the collector Charles Saatchi. Her work is highly autobiographical and confessional. A talented drawer and painter, she has attracted most attention for her art installations - including her tent, Everyone I Have Ever Slept With and the Turner Prize-nominated My Bed. Her art is adored and condemned in equal measure, but wherever she exhibits she attracts queues and has a room at Tate Britain dedicated to her work. She was brought up in Margate and she has recently finished a film, Top Spot, which reflects her own experiences.
[Taken from the original programme material for this archive edition of Desert Island Discs]
Favourite track: Young Americans by David Bowie
Book: Ethics by Spinoza
Luxury: A pen which would never run out