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Perhaps the whole history of synaesthetic art simply expresses a yearning for this primal condition that we can never in fact achieve again. At least the computer is a universal machine that provides an image for fulfilling this wish. We can now slave away at programming it for the next hundred years.

Translation by Michael Robinson