But dream they did - and why not; dreams are cheap.

The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living (1991)

The term Romantic Conceptualism emerged in the scholarly art field in 2006 to discuss conceptual artworks of various mediums such as video, installation and sculpture, which employ both conceptual methodologies and also autobiographical, emotional and poetic elements. Conceptual art, often associated with dryness, cold intellectualism and lack of emotion, is often seen to be the antithesis of Romanticism. But many conceptual art works are in their effect transcendental; they draw attention to the ways that meaning is being produced beyond logic. The works of artists directly addressing and exploring the mystical effect of the processing of ideas accentuate these romantic aspects of conceptualism. In other words, Conceptualism is romanticized.