Material = revelation
 Art is an approach towards the making of a world. It is an event producing the artist’s mode of existence and this existence is awareness of mystery, of un-know-ability.
 The relation of art and environment is reconciled by recourse to casuality as content.
 The debris of history: we are surrounded by the catastrophe that is called progress.
 Inoculating the present with a sensibility of geohistory.
 Archiving the anthropocene up against the romantic work of mourning.
 Landscape is memory; memory is collective.
 Art does not want a representation of life, it wants to feel and know what is real in action, life and work. (Povera) An experience of art is not replaceable to an analysis of a formula, and so it goes with all other objects.
 Siegfried Kracauer’s “realistic revelation of a prevailing abstractness.”
 Form matters.