Recorded binaurally at The National Gallery.
“The avant-garde, which has lost itself over time, also pursues the primitive and the archaic. It is in this sense that one can say that the entry point to the present necessarily takes the form of an archeology; an archeology that does not, however, regress to a historical past, but returns to that part within the present that we are incapable of living.”
Georgio Agamben – What is the Contemporary? from What is Apparatus? Stanford, 2009.