If you speak German, and like science history, you can download Weyl’s 1919 Zeit, Raum, Materie book in PDF for free from The Internet Archive. I wanted a sort of journalistic, “this is how it went down” kind of book, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. There’s some nice first person stuff in the forward, and some nice philisophical musing at the end, but mostly is seems textbook stylie. I just skimmed it a bit, so maybe the gems are buried deeper.
If anyone can find anything on his early attempt at gauge invariant therory of unified electronmagnetism and gravity, I’d be grateful to hear from you.
You can also check out a collection of original papers on Relativity from before 1920, too. These are all translated into english.
I am a conceptual artist, looking to do some collaborative play in other realms (esp. physics). Know anyone who’d want to attempt an intra-genre conversation?