Image and "truism" by the conceptual artist Jenny Holzer.
Holzer also has a "truism" which says that the future is stupid. That one, I don't like. Notice I've been putting truism in quotes in reference to Holzer. Visualize that I'm also doing air quotes with my fingers in between typing.
But this phrase, I like. Holzer, I dig this one (which is why I searched for the image again online). Yet the presentation itself is impersonal, don't you think? To project the words a story high on a building just makes me feel lonelier. It's like screaming for contact with someone, but all you've got is concrete and glass. Not even a voice to soothe that need--just eerie blue light on something lifeless.
Maybe that's Holzer's point: we're looking for human contact in decidedly all the wrong places.