Where’d you go?
— Martha
But I think I can see.
— Bob Dylan, “Let Me Die In My Footsteps”
Every garden is a fictional statement.
— PHD juror
everybody has a weakness or a price he used to say
— Herbert Bayer, “Prose Poem for Walter Paepcke”
The Renaissance man is a journalist’s cliché. It means nothing and illuminates less.
— Arthur Cohen, Herbert Bayer: The Complete Work
— Ken telling story about meeting Ninny
Spelling is inconsequential and follows few rules.
— Herbert Bayer, “Toward the Book of the Future,” Books for our Time
Shifts the burden.
— Kai
The authorship is in the process of the making.
— Chika Okeke-Agulu
Design can be very satisfied with itself too quickly.
— David Reinfurt
It’s like a thousand rats there!
— Lily on a deer
There’s a nice tang to the meat stick.
— Rick Curtis
And you did and you do.
— Yokunakatta, “Foray”
Proof that God has a sense of humor: he now has a daughter.
— Mitch
Nuclear war is still a threat, but no one thinks about it anymore.
— Michael Gordin
Somebody’s always made the connection.
— Lucia Allais
It looks wonderful, but it smells like 19th century.
— Mario Gandelsonas
At Parque del Este nature itself represented Venezuela, literally, as material source of its wealth, giving its oil, iron, aluminum, and gold.
— Anita Berrizbeitia, Roberto Burle Marx in Caracas: Parque del Este, 1956 - 1961
In the disciplinary societies one was always starting again (from school to the barracks, from the barracks to the factory), while in the societies of control one is never finished with anything - the corporation, the educational system, the armed services being metastable states coexisting in the one and the same modulation, like a universal system of deformation.
— Gilles Deleuze, “Postscript on the Societies of Control”
If you treat the parks as weaponized objects.
— Justin Fowler