Eve: We didn't understand what was going on at all—we sat in the audience for a couple of segments and had to laugh when the rest of the audience laughed and clap when they clapped.
Marcel Duchamp: If your choice entered into it, then, taste is involved, bad taste, good taste, uninteresting taste.
Eve: If I want to wear a halter-top and a miniskirt, it's not a huge deal.
Duchamp: It was too long and in the end you lose interest.
Eve: Completely. [laughs] A riot broke out at the venue.
Duchamp: As you know, in 1914, even 1913, I had in my studio a bicycle wheel turning for no reason at all.
Eve: It was just crazy. I just have to laugh because it's a little crazy.
Duchamp: An amusing achievement at least.
Eve: I don’t think I saw a single stoplight.
Duchamp: They look trivial, but they’re not.
Eve: Yeah. You have to order them because they're not going to be sold in the US. I’m serious.
Duchamp: The fact they are regarded with the same reverence as objects of art probably means I failed to solve the problem of trying to do away entirely with art.
Eve: The styling comes after that. I don't want to make a corny sitcom.
Duchamp: It’s paradoxical. It is almost schizophrenic.
Eve: It stars Kevin Bacon.