"GANGITANO: ...There’s a general misperception that your work tends to be observational or voyeuristic and that it comes directly out of your own life."
"AUDER: I don’t see my work as being all that personal. I’ve used my personal experience in the world, of course, or at least my way of looking at the world. But I think that’s changed as I’ve gotten older. "
"GANGITANO: But that was a big part of your work—you weren’t seeking out material. It was there around you."
"AUDER: Yeah, it flowed in. The ordinariness became, in a way, a revelation. It also shows how little people have changed from the 1970s to now."
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