“That’s another thing I’ve had to just let go of: Worrying that she’s not into it, or happy with it. I just have to remember that it’s not her art. It’s not her life. She has her own stuff going on, her own job, her own hobbies… But how does she feel about it? She tolerates it.”
Do you talk about it to her?
“Sometimes. But I don’t have any expectations. We used to battle about it, like why she liked them, why didn’t she like them, that she should like them, and so on… I blocked her on Twitter, so she can’t see what I’m doing. She just followed me on Instagram, so I’m probably going to block her on there too.”
Hill says he is interested in exploring race issues, like another wacky project called “White Powder Milk,” Hill’s website that offers customers milk gargled by pretty, college-educated white girls.
What’s the future of “Trophy Scarves”?
“I’m just going to do this as hard as I can for a couple of months, until the next year, and see what happens,” Hill told Vice. “I don’t know how many is enough. I think maybe like 100 trophy scarves. And then after 100, maybe go to 200. It’s like my friend said: “There’s never going to be enough trophy scarves. There’s always going to be one more trophy scarf.”
So is Hill a brilliant performance artist who is enlightening folks about interracial dating, or just a strange brother who is attracted to white women?
And would you let your husband wear naked white women as part of his performance art project?
What do you think?
We’re still asking: “What the hell?!”