Wood and Harrison seem to suggest that we only have empirical science and childish naivete to guide some of our most significant decisions. Neither is up to the job, of course […]
...otherwise we have the pleasurable pointlessness of discovering very much and learning very little. So the end result of these serious, deadpan tasks, minimally created, is not very worthy at all. Rather, it is frivolous in the best and most constructive sense. ‘Nohow on’ and always remember to laugh sometimes.
from: Minigraph 2, John Wood and Paul Harrison.