Pinar & Viola:
You have a great interest for the vernacular, can you explain what it means to you?
The vernacular is done with great care imagination and love. It’s done with the endeavor that people have. It’s like the history of two masons, one is lying bricks, the other one is building a cathedral. The vernacular is about how people feel about what they are doing. Human beings decorate themselves, it’s part of our evolution, we started with painting our caves. You can compare it to animals. For sexual attraction they grow beautiful hair.
Q: What is your role?
A: My role… I see myself as an entertainer…
Abbey’s Road, an interview with Edward Abbey in 1982.
via Charlie Rose