Kevin Young: What I found is that quite often they weren’t very convincing and that they were shoddy in trying to convince.
George Wayne: Jaws dropped left and right. It was hell.
Young: Which is, you know, a euphemism for racism.
Wayne: You know what happens six months later?
Young: (laughs) There’s no clear demarcation.
Wayne: He’s like a teddy bear, he’s really cuddly.
Young: He invented whole kinds and manners of exhibitions.
Wayne: She just showed up whenever she wanted.
Young: But the fact that there were hierarchies at all, of course, tells you the cause is already lost.
Wayne: This was before the internet.
Young: We supply a lot of the details and assumptions.
Wayne: The room just took on a whole new meaning.
Young: That you for calling it uncanny.
Wayne: I have no interview.
Young: It’s a preparation for a larger theft that these little plagiarisms are but forays into.