One should be as unbiased as possible; one should approach things from the standpoint that the world has just been created; one should not pursue a subject to death, but should allow it cautiously, but freely, to develop itself. One should be simple, but not needy ("Simplicity is a word laden with meaning"); one should prefer to be primitive rather than ornate or pompous; one should not be sentimental but should allow space for the spirit. And with that everything and nothing has been said.

Oskar Schlemmer

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