Tuesday, February 3, 2009


"One will acquire a funny hypnotic power over flattened minds, particularly those of stupid museum curators who reject ornithological art because it is influenced by Chopin's flighty spirit. One will censor the invisible writings by General Petain which hide in the delicate Art Nouveau ornament of the Metropolitan - provided one is willing to reconnoitre a flat cadophyll with a feeling of remorse."

D. Libeskind ~ ( COUNTERSIGN - Academy Editions 1991 )