We have a creative impulse, and we create in performing or writing we’re channeling certain things. We’re channeling, hopefully, the purer circumstances. The further we can go in channeling. One of the things I find confining is that the very air that we live in, the very atmosphere, sometimes I feel as though we live within a net. I feel like we’re confining ourselves. We’re confining ourselves because you go to the ocean, you can’t swim on this beach because it’s polluted. It’s got some medical waste came up on it. You go to another beach and you go in and then you get some kind of weird infection. And we’re confining ourselves, we’re polluting our airwaves. And this isn’t some kind of conspiracy theory bullshit, this is the fact that as a human being, I find that the freedom that one has in sending their brainwaves out, in sending our feelers out to receive or to give, are hitting walls.
Some of the walls are cellular, and some of the walls are just the way our culture is evolving. You know if you walk onstage with intent to improvise or to communicate in the highest way possible with some people, and everyone is on a cell phone filming you, you’re not having a sort of a telepathic moment with these people. You’re having a moment with technology and basically you’re being duplicated. And I know this might seem abstract but what I’m saying is that our natural order is being destroyed, our natural way of communicating with each other is being altered. And perhaps it’s the way of the future, but I’m not part of the future. I’m a 20th century person luckily living in the 21st century and hopefully for a long time. You know, the more that we do this we’re going to be communicating via technology and maybe in some very exciting ways. I don’t know because I don’t have that kind of imagination to imagine where we’re going with all of this, and I don’t even like to criticize it but I worry about our whole world being altered.