Wednesday, August 17, 2011


"This was one of the places at which it will begin. In one sense, the conception, planning and construction, which all preceded materialization's conclusion, could constitute argument that it will begin long before. In another sense, the conclusion of materialization, the things becoming concrete and static, constituted both a beginning and an end. The people who inhabited this place during the future remained insensitive to the immanent change. The change, in fact, will already be in process. Yet the lacking appreciation of it denied it's materialization. Only in history will they see a clear reflection of the process. And regardless of those who will predict a sudden end to the present, the records show clearly that it is going to arrive gradually." -Kihlberg & Henry

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