"The line grows from yesterday. Tomorrow it rained." Joe Ceravolo
-forget about today until tomorrow-
Creases, fissures in the passageway silent so as not to repeat memories of what cannot be compared to itself
so as to think
I learned the way folds undo themselves lines cutting across a tunic
as yet unspoken in the obsessive records, the archives of impossible perfection
were replete, even complete we felt certainly secure enough
garnering knowledge over time
Vadim Zakharov The History of Russian Art From the Avant Garde to the Moscow Conceptual School currently at the Guggenheim Museum
"The installation represents an authors subjective classification of Russian art staged as a bureaucratic drama -any other art could have taken its place. The important thing is this; the files are those artifacts common to all cultures that have spread out to the dimension of architectural erection, and are but an affirmation of the universal striving of humankind for the utopia of the eternal archive,"
Duchamps piece The Large Glass was broken into innumerable pieces when transported 60 miles from Brooklyn. Duchamp found great value in this, a narrative of the event,a story to trace, a pattern to observe.