What is she actually like? She’s like the sweetest person and she’s pretty much my family now and I would treat her just like- as like my mom or my sister or something. She’s such a
kind-hearted person, she’s always been there for me since day one. The first day we met, we just clicked, we ran and gave each other a big hug, and so, we’ve always been close, this whole time.
I write a lot of songs about love; and I think that’s cause’, to me, love seems like this huge complicated thing. But it seems like every once in awhile, two people get it figured out; two people get it right. And so I think the rest of us… we walk around daydreaming about what that might be like. To find that one great love, where all of a sudden, everything that used to seem so complicated, became simple, and everything that used to seem wrong, became right, because you were with the person who made you feel fearless.
MoMA’s historic Elaine Dannheisser Projects Series returns this week with Projects 101: Rabih Mroué’s performance work Riding on a Cloud. Past artists in the series include Rosemarie Trockel (Projects 11, 1988), Kiki Smith (Projects 24, 1990–1), and William Kentridge (Projects 68, 1999), among many others.