I also really loved this bit from the same interview:
"We try to impose a narrative on everything where it doesn't exist, because we like narrative," she says, after I ask a general question about the arc of her career. "We love story—I particularly love story—and so we think, That was the beginning, and this is the middle, and then there's going to be the conclusion. We even talk about it! Like, in magazines, they'll say, 'This next chapter of her life...' Chapter? Like something ended, and you're beginning something new, when really there's just a continuum. The fact of the matter is, you can't impose a narrative until someone's dead, because you don't know what's going to happen.Love her.
"There's not an arc," she goes on, "just a line that moves forward, without being able to see past the horizon. That's my philosophy these days: I don't try to go ahead of that, because there's no sense in it. Ahead of that, you don't know what's going to happen. It's not true. It's not real. It's imagined."