“The present is being dismal, so instead of keeping a temporality where the present and the past influence the future, we want to switch things around and have the future influence the present.”
It’s hard to imagine a world without cars.
Donald Judd’s large concrete sculptures take on the imperial majesty of grey highways, desert landing strips or the causeways of a NASA launch facility…
One of the most common dreams enacted in popular culture is that of the defiant moment of catharsis.
On the wall next to the bed – right about where a 5-year-old’s gaze would meet the plaster – a small section had been patiently worked away.
Science fiction and modern art were born together in the Romantic imagination of the early 19th century.