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"The state of things means neither "unity" nor "totality", but "multiplicity". In multiplicity what matters aren't the "terms" or the "elements", but what exists "between". In other words, the "between" is a system of relationships that are inextricably linked with each other. Each multiplicity grows from within the centre, just like grass leaves or a rizoma… or like the lines of Jackson Pollock".

Gilles Deleuze

 

If you take a bunch of short ideas
and arrange them so that they overlap,
that's one long idea.
That's a thought.

One time one short idea is slightly ahead of another
and another time it's not,
but they always overlap,
that's the rule.

So you get a large number of different thoughts,
because one time one short idea is slightly ahead of another
and another time it's not.

Robert Ashley