Vic and Phebe
Lithography and Screenprint
36 x 36 in (Framed)
18 x 18 in (Unframed)
Belle-Pilar Fleming: "Vic and Phebe"
The first word that comes to mind from the 70s is idealistic. I am still to some degree. I fear I’ve lost some passion and idealism due to a lack of energy. I need more sleep
Yeah, and idealistic that’s a good word, because I think we believed we could change the world, and that’s maybe that’s just being young, and maybe it’s being a fanatic.
How did you think you could or how did you want to change the world? Do you mean like you and your set of friends or who?
I guess we thought, I am thinking of communal living which is most intense. We thought it was like a microcosm of the world, and we thought we could change how we related to each other. Feelings were important, everyone’s expression of their feelings were important.
That’s still true.
So how did you think you were changing things through communal living?
Running down Monogamy. That’s still one of our big things.
Not being possessive. Being
Yeah. We shared everything. "