"At this time in my life, I’m ready to accept or own a kind of romance and melancholy or melodrama that I wasn’t ready to reveal before. It was always there in my inner life as an artist, but I was too afraid to share it."
"Now I just do what I do and I have no rationale for it. But it seemed to me at that moment to be involved in a funny way in a feminist orientation. It seemed like the things which had always defined women- their weak points- were now being reevaluated. And I thought that was not only useful, but also that I didn’t like those other things. I was at war with minimalism. I was at war with the single object, with a singular identifying material."
- Judy Pfaff