Monument to Albert Camus

 “The true work of art is always on the human scale. It is essentially the one that says “less”. There is a certain relationship between the global experience of the artist and the work that reflects that experience… That relationship is bad when the work aims to give the whole experience in the lace-paper of an explanatory literature. The relationship is good when the work is but a piece cut out of experience, a facet of the diamond in which the inner luster is epitomized without being limited. In the first case there is overloading and pretension to the eternal. In the second, a fecund work because of a whole implied experience, the wealth of which is suspected. The problem for the absurd artist is to acquire this savoir-vivre which transcends savoir-faire.” Albert Camus