Matt Sweeney: But it’s like learning how to draw perspective or how to make colors work against each other: it takes a lot of unsexy time but the result for the audience is effortless understanding and enjoyment.
Yokota Yoshimi: Yeah. Absolutely. It's so intense—I get physically sick from it.
Sweeney: Yeah, that is the, “what the fuck am I doing here?” feeling.
Yoshimi: All you see is sweat flying everywhere.
Sweeney: You know, I mean, what are we talking about? Why don’t you know?
Yoshimi: We usually put a plexiglass wall around us, as if we're in a fish tank.
Sweeney: You know, in a dream you don’t do that.
Yoshimi: It was so messed up that it became interesting.
Sweeney: Yeah, for sure. And the people who are cool can talk about that forever.
Yoshimi: I was surprised! I didn't hear anything from them after that. Did they eat the bear meat?
Sweeney: Generally, no. I don’t know.
Yoshimi: That cracked me up.
Sweeney: God, that’s weird. You’ll be surprised because something will happen that you can’t believe, you know.
Yoshimi: Sometimes I feel like I go into outer space.
Sweeney: So you go with it.