“Future observers will pass judgment exclusively on the basis of the external, corporeal, material appearance of artwork: its meaning, content, and original interpretational framework will be necessarily alien to them.”
“From the perspective of the future archaeologist and flâneur” Gréaud’s anachronistic Museum offers “an eternity of ruins, the relics left behind.” Grandiose in scale and execution “the heroic act… [is] an eternal role model.” Indecipherable texts, mutated nature, thermal sex, and the mimicry of historical monuments are archetypically sanctified, though unknown and thus irrelevant, they are necessarily vandalized.* “The eternity… is not a spiritual one, but a material one.”
~ Ryder Richards
Boris Groys, Art Power “Hitler’s Art Theory” (p134-5)
Photo Credits: Minsk Studio // Courtesy: Loris Gréaud, Gréaudstudio.