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  1. Feb 2017
  2. www.digitalrhetoriccollaborative.org www.digitalrhetoriccollaborative.org
    1. connections

      Connectivity, we may recall, often appears within network theories as a guiding logic for decentralizing (and destabilizing) structures. In contrast to prior systems which often situate manifestations of "control" in hierarchical frames, Alexander Galloway in Protocol examines connectivity as a mechanism for inclusion/exclusion (amongst other articulations of "control"). Like Galloway, Helms seems to be looking at logics of connectivity within (and beyond) comics to expand critical theory in productive ways.

    2. indissolubility

      I'm quite interested in this term, and other contra-structural approaches (such as gutters by, and in, which absence becomes "meaningful"). They as a species suggest something of a "non-linear" logic in which elements resist isolations performed to offer an analysis or critique.