Equilibrium, 1975 by Tim Head
|Terry Gross:||How much did the Irish-Catholic background figure into your identity? How repressed were you?|
|Conan O'Brien:||This is turning into a therapy session. I'm going to get a bill from NPR. The repression's there, it's real. It fuels the depression and the self-hate. It's a wonderful Rude Goldberg device. The depression drops down onto the self-hate, which triggers the self-loathing, which then fuels the anger, which curdles into comedy, and then it sadly leaves to a slow, quiet drinking problem. It all fits. It's like a Swiss watch the way it interrelates. No, there's an element of truth to everything I say, then I exaggerate. A little repressed, but I didn't take it too far. I had a good time, if you know what I mean.|
Detail of Edward Trover’s piece from this week’s Interim Series “Ministry of Interior”, curated by Travis Nikolai of the PNCA MFA Program of Visual Studies. (at PLACE)
Things We Should Have Said by Danger Punch
Thanks to everyone that made it out for the book launch last night!
For those of you that didn’t, you can check out the book at Publication Studio, or online at http://www.publicationstudio.biz/books/218 .