Interview with Harmony Korine @ Paris Review

Well, confusion or dissonance are things that sometimes work in opposing ways but they kind of set the story straight. Sometimes the most interesting thing to watch is the way things dance with each other or connect with each other in ways that you would never expect. I’ve always felt more attracted to things that were more emotionally complicated.

I had a phone conversation with Harmony Korine recently about the re-release of his debut novel A Crack-Up at the Race Riots for The Paris Review Daily.