Terry Richardson: There was this whole scene.
Nan Goldin: It was just very underground.
Richardson: It was pretty intense.
Goldin: They were dying of AIDS.
Richardson: They're so innocent.
Goldin: To the beautiful museum go only artists and elites. I went to the movies.
Richardson: We had a penthouse on Jane Street, and one night I walked out onto the balcony and my mom was making out with Kris Kristofferson.
Goldin: How do you pronounce his name?
Richardson: Yes and no. Yeah, it really fucked me up.
Golden: It has an invented name, but it is a real place.
Richardson: Her pictures are incredible.
Goldin: My diary is really boring. It is never respecting the way the other person is.
Richardson: Yeah, that was like a year and a half of karate.
Goldin: Every time I go through something scary, traumatic, I survive by taking pictures.
Richardson: I was in a lot of garage bands, I had a lot of fun.
Goldin: That kind of violence the men play with. I always use Leica.
Richardson: He pulled a gun on me one night, a .38.
Goldin: It was incredibly wild.