Ieva Misevičiūtė: If I start doing some sexy belly dance moves, I just know that in twenty seconds I will have to destroy them by sticking my tongue out and drooling.
Maurizio Cattelan: This was another failure. You are lost.
Misevičiūtė: I think that could be a new academia.
Cattelan: Yeah, sure. It's not so hard to do.
Misevičiūtė: Yeah, and everyone is a champion.
Cattelan: You know, it's true that I've taken interviews from other people as my own, and once I completely copied one.
Misevičiūtė: I'm just not into that lifestyle anymore.
Cattelan: Oh, Jesus. This is the condition of everybody lately.
Misevičiūtė: How do you balance saving the world and having fun?
Cattelan: [laughs] I have a friend who did this.
Misevičiūtė: Oh! I probably should not put such an exaggerated humanitarian load onto myself.
Cattelan: It’s unbelievable. Visually, I guess it reminded people of a grave, but it was just a hole with some dirt beside.
Misevičiūtė: The director agreed with me that it called more stereotypes into question.
Cattelan: It took a while for everyone to calm down, but then we became very good friends and they even asked me to do a show with them.
Misevičiūtė: Once they get lost you again give them a few recognizable things so they can rest. I’ll give you an example.