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Danielle de Picciotto

  • I love hotels. I wouldn't mind living in one. Their neutral, ghostly atmosphere is very inspiring and sad.

  • The more your senses are awake the slower time passes. The interesting part about this is that the conveniences we invented to save time make everything more mechanical and our senses are not stimulated so although they help us save time we feel as if we are losing it.

  • When our senses are not stimulated our memory also weakens. The more mechanical our life becomes the less extraordinary it seems and we forget details. Life passes quickly and we have nothing to remember. Like robots.

Danielle de Picciotto, U.S.-born artist, musician, filmmaker, writer

(1965)