Tuesday, April 03, 2007


i might as well name, what ever it is that i'm "doing" here as an Assemblage...

"Everything is the same except composition and as the coposition is different and always going to be different everything is not the same." (Stein, Composition as Explanation 516)

The Mind expanding Arcades Project by H. Marcelle Crickenberger is itself a book that was more assembled than it was written. Bejamin's "Theory of Quotation"--of taking verse as artifact, of in essence compiling a grand collection of quotations--fits well with Deleuze-Guatarri's (sp) theory of the rhizome, in that a book is something that is assembled. FIND 1000P quote: Ask the different between assembling and collecting. Assembling holds before it an image of a finished product, while collecting remains open-ended. (true?)

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