In the preface to my first book, the ‘What Is…?’ book about postmodern biblical criticism, I allude to a neon installation on the façade of the Lenbachhaus in Munich. Working by memory, before the heyday of the internet, I quoted the inscription and circumstances from memory. At the time, I thought I recalled that the neon spelled out the words ‘You can think the opposite‘ written backwards, and I couldn’t recall the name of the artist.
It just occurred to me that I could make that reference more explicit now, so I will:
Maurizio Nannucci, ‘You can imagine the opposite’ [not written backwards], the Lenbachhaus, Munich.