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
Has anyone told you you look like Bradley Cooper?
— Tyler Perry
Who wants to organize a painting, I don’t want to do it.
— Morgan Fisher
I often prefer not to use any terms, just describe what’s happening.
— Chika Okeke-Agulu
You don’t want to be unsurprising for 35 years.
— Michael Gordin
Charles was on the board of the Ringling Brothers College and often referred to the circus as an example of what design and art should be: not self-expression but precise discipline.
— Beatriz Colomina, “Enclosed by Images: The Eameses’ Multimedia Architecture”
Now that’s an esophagus!
— Aogaeru, Spirited Away
The only thing that’s capital-T True is that you get to decide how you’re gonna try to see it.
— David Foster Wallace, “This is Water”
— Martha Friedman
You’re as close to one being as you will ever be in your life.
— Lucia Allais
Assuming that would be a big help as opposed to pretending to be scientific.
— Mario Gandelsonas
Yet year after year, it’s the same routine.
— Jack Skellington, “Jack’s Lament”
But our chances really was a million to one.
— Bob Dylan, “Bob Dylan’s Dream”
What’s your major?
— Man using urinal
Isn’t lavender just a smell?
— Bernardo
There’s no problem to solve, no problem to invent.
— Martha Friedman
It’s one of those swindles with the international date line, you cross an imaginary boundary and you’re in another day.
— Chika Okeke-Agulu