I keep revisiting the end of this interview with Chris Kraus.
“‘Because we rejected a certain kind of theoretical language, people just assumed that we were dumb,’ the poet Alice Notley said to me in Paris last year. Hannah Wilke spent a great deal of energy throughout her life trying to prove that she was right. If art’s a seismographic project, when that project meets with failure, failure must become a subject too. Dear Dick, That’s what I realized when I fell in love with you.”
—Chris Kraus, I Love Dick