Tomasz Gudzowaty • NPPA

Monday, 20 June 2016

“[T]he twentieth century seemed intolerant of dust. It wanted the hygiene of a clean start. But that meant a certain denial of the past, and out of that denial came extraordinary violence and destruction, and an excessive production of new dust. All societies that fail to live in the past a little, the present a lot and the future a little become psychotic, sooner or later.” David Campany • American Suburb X

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