Robert Rauschenberg posing in 1951 with a White Painting in four panels (lost).
“On the one hand there is the condition of a priceless archive, the body of an irreplaceable copy, a letter or a painting, an absolutely unique event (whose rarity can give rise to surplus value and speculation). But there is also paper as a support or backing for printing, for technical reprinting, and for reproducibility, replacement, prosthesis, and hence also for the industrial commodity, use and exchange value, – and finally for the throwaway object, the abjection of litter.” Jacques Derrida, Paper Machine, 2005
Cecil Taylor, (unrecorded silence)
Ikue Mori, Rien