“Movement is the source of all change. In Lessing’s Laocoon, on which we squandered study time when we were young, much fuss is made about the difference between temporal and spatial art. Yet looking into the matter more closely, we find that all that is but a scholastic delusion. For space, too, is a temporal concept.
When a dot begins to move and becomes a line, this requires time. Likewise, when a moving line produces a plane, and when moving planes produces spaces.”