Robert Smithson (1938-1973)
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"I developed a dialectic between the mind-matter aspects of nature. My view became dualistic, moving back and forth between the two ones. It's not involved with nature, in the classical sense.
There's no anthropomorphism reference to environment. But I do have a stronger tendency towards the inorganic and organic. The organic is closer to the idea of nature: I'm more interested in the denaturalization or in artifice than I am in any kind of naturalism.
- Robert Smithson
P.S. All texts by Smithson are taken from the volume: Robert Smithson, Slideworks. Carlo Fura 1997.Dear Copyright-Owner, If you don't want to see this photo in this context, please let me know and I will instantly remove it. Thank you !