My current focus: where Jacques Derrida meets Tim Ingold.
What could be more ubiquitous in the human formal canon, right? Connectors, dividers, limiters, organizers ... paths, genealogies, frames, decorations ... measurements, counters, branches, networks... It's hard to imagine almost any kind of diagram doing without the line.
But must we think with and use the line so simply? Has it not been used more variously than any other human representation, expression or mark? Does not line-language dominate a good chunk of our incredibly adaptable styles of language?
My work shows how we can push lines further than one could ever imagine... until one can!