“Junk is better when you only see it on the periphery. When it’s ‘taken seriously,’ historicized, it loses its freshness, its value as antidote. The endless cataloging, defining wears me out. For me, art/literature/tv/film/whatever (not just trashy stuff but everything) works best as a bath to be submerged in, a pattern to be a part of—something that stipples the space you’re interacting with (either visually or conceptually) and enriches you contextually.”
— Jason Overby.