The Time Being (For Robert Smithson)
For the time being, in the interim, in the course of time, from day to day, from hour to hour, until, in due time, and in the fullness of time, time endures, goes on, remains, persists, lasts, goes by, elapses, passes, flows, rolls on, flies, slips, slides, and glides by.
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Originally published in Arts Magazine 52, no. 9, Special Issue: Robert Smithson (May 1978), 144.