“I would conceive of a forward-looking art, which seeks its images in the future. Why is there no such thing? Art attaches itself to reverence” - Friedrich Nietzsche
This is worth seeing:http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/visitmuseum/plan_your_visit/exhibitions/cosmonautsI was there on Friday and was impressed by the subtle curatorial gestures, an echo of Rodchenko here, and bit of Malevich there. The two peak periods the Soviet project -- the 1920s and the 1960s -- were so unbelievably forward moving -- yet both were followed by such precipitous freefall (Stalin the '30s, and stagnation in the '70s) that it rendered the preceding futurist imagery 'out of time.'