"I WILL BUILD A NEW ROOM, A ROOM WITHOUT A BEGINNING AND AN END IN WHICH EVERYTHING SHALL LIVE AND IS SUMMONED TO LIVE; WHICH IS AT THE SAME TIME QUIET AND NOISY, UNMOVING AND MOVING. IT IS TO BE HIGH, AS HIGH AS I WANT IT TO BE; AND LOW, IF I WANT IT LOW. IT CAN BE BUILT AS SMALL AS THE SMALLEST SPACE OR AS LARGE AS A CITY, A STATE, OR EVEN A THOUGHT. THE ROOM, WHICH IS CHEERFUL, VITAL, FILLED WITH COLOR AND MOVEMENT IS, AT THE SAME TIME TRANQUIL AND INVITES REFLECTION WITHOUT BEING DEMANDING. IT STANDS COLORLESS AND COLD, IN ORDER TO CHANGE AS SWIFTLY AS A THOUGHT WHEN I WANT IT... BECAUSE IT IS BOTH REAL AND SURREAL, CONSTRUCTIVE UND INFORMEL AND COLORFUL AND INTELLECTUAL AND SYNCHRONOUS. (...)

CHRISTIAN MEGERT, COPENHAGEN, 1961