I used to think that the great thing about sculpture was that, like Stonehenge, it was something that stood against time in an adamantine way, and was an absolute mass in space. Now I try to use the language of architecture to redescribe the body as a place.
The only sure weapon against bad ideas is better ideas.
I'm always flattered when someone thinks of me as a potential commissioner of baseball.
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