Paik once told a story about buying books in Japan: he succeeded in buying all the most important Japanese philosophical works on the subject of time, in order to study them in the original, only to discover on his return to New York that he didn’t have time to read them.
— Wulf Herzogenrath
A universe in pieces, abandoned, without hope, an image of the real . . . Everything has taken on the miraculous tint of time.
— Louis Aragon
Time is a mystery precisely because the observations that are to be made regarding it cannot be unified.
— Paul Ricoeur