"This manifested, yes, in walls through bathtubs, bumpy floors, and low doorways. But they exemplify the ultimate call for a conception of building as more than space for body as does the artists’ six-word manifesto (with its echoes of the pre-speech motivations of the first of our ancestors to seek safety in shelter from a lightning storm in a cave): “We have decided not to die.”"

— Lisa Radon’s essay  ‘Body | Building’.