Letter From the Editors: Intersections

Letter From the Editors: Intersections

by Shazia Hafiz Ramji and Sheryda Warrener

 

an intersection is a searching


a searching is curatorial


curatorial studies is critical
and conceptual practices of looking 

practices of looking are singular 

singular and plural verbs list 

a list is an ordered collection


a collection being a set of two or more


two or more elements are linked together


together we synonym
synonym for experience


experience together quotes
quotes are useless


useless exercise machines


machine is not ready to accept connections


connections on port
port is a communication point between


between the world and me, the dream


the dream of text and the dream of narrative


narrative of debris
debris or débris is rubble, wreckage, ruins, litter, discarded trash, scattered 
remains


remains of something destroyed, refuse


refuse is included in rent
rent is too damn high


high is to low as sky is to analogy


analogy is no argument
argument is of length zero


zero length columns are not allowed


allowance for doubtful accounts


account for an intersection described by law


law as an outward expression, a publication


a publication for enthusiasts 
 

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