‘The Theory of irregular verbs’
1 cm x 6.5 km
statement . . .
“… a sigh, it sees itself incessantly forced away from its infinite divine task, of perfecting
'the Theory of Irregular Verbs,' —to finite terrestrial tasks, which latter have still a significance for us.
It is the cynosure of revolutionary France, this National Assembly. All work of Government has fallen into its hands,
or under its control; all men look to it for guidance. In the middle of that huge Revolt of Twenty-five millions,
it hovers always aloft as Carroccio or Battle-Standard, impelling and impelled, in the most confused way; if it cannot
give much guidance, it will still seem to give … .”
How long is history?
exhibitions . . .
• Group and Residency. “Main d'ouevre,” Quatier éphémére (at Usines éphémére, St-Ouen cedex Paris)
reviews . . .
• Viau, René. “Main d'oeuvre à Saint-Ouen” La Presse (9 June 1999),