"I still think the social function of art is that kind of negative aesthetic. Otherwise there’s no social function for it."
"Drawings and sculpture develop over time. Sculptures go on for months. They tell different kinds of stories, so they’re not so much one moment. They’re a sequence of moments. That works better for the way I’m put together. And I love stuff . . . and I love tools. And I get to get all these things. So I’m always correcting people who say, ‘All those paintings you did. . . .’ They’re not paintings. I know that because, if you know painters, you know when you’re not one."
- Judy Pfaff