"Write to the nth power, N-1, write with slogans: Form rhizomes and not roots, never plant! Don't sow, forage! Be neither a One nor a Many, but multiplicities! Form a line, never a point! Speed transforms the point into a line. Be fast, even while standing still! Line of chance, line of hips, line of flight. Don't arouse the General in yourself! Not an exact idea, but just as idea (Godard). Have short-term ideas. Make maps, not photographs or drawings. Be the Pink Panther, and let your loves be like the wasp and the orchid, the cat and the baboon. As they sing of old man river:

He don't plant tatos
Don't plant cotton
Them that plants them is soon
forgotten
But old man river he just keeps rollin
along.

A rhizome doesn't begin and doesn't end, but is always in the middle, between things, interbeing, intermezzo."

from Rhizome by Deleuze & Guattari




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Reader's Response

2/20/98
Thanks for quoting this beautiful sentence by Deleuze/Guattari. Rhizomes are life, rhizomes are art. Not being but becoming always.
Chimene@wanadoo.fr
Nadine

I found you while I was searching for anthropological works by my friend Dirck van Bekkum (he visited you on the 5th of May 1997.) I certainly enjoyed my short stay and added my ribosome to the continuum of your 'proteins'.
Audrey Pisani-Crockford (Naturopath - Malta)
APC@kemmunet.net.mt
Audrey Pisani-Crockford

doing a project on the fold and relevant links Melbourne Uni Australia RMIT uni actually
gordon sloan

message #1
If there is anyone interested in doing Pound's Rock- Drill Canto's with a special look towards the rhizome and schizo=analysis, let me know.
message #2
I'm writing a paper on D&G and Ezra Pound's Rock Drill Canto's. Any suggestions?
cchapman@sfu.ca
Chris Chapman
Chris,
you're email bounced. Let us know if this is the right address.


Enjoyed your piece. It is very thoughtful.
jimdavis@sfsu.edu
im Davis

rhizome in itself is contained in the word, the project is arranged in the order messages were received?
AGardner27@aol.com
Aimee Gardner
Not necessarily. There are several Reader Response pages throughout 101:One Zero One. Some are organized chronologically in an accending or decending order. Some, such as this one, are organized by content or interest. One, is incorporated into the writing.

I am reading Latour. He makes in an interview a connection of rhizome with his concepts of hybrids and networks.
Is their any recent literature on this ?
Thanks from the Netherlands
Dirck van Bekkum
atip@knoware.nl
Dirck van Bekkum Anthroplogist

Please, rhizomatic friend,
go to http://panoramix.univ-paris1.fr/UFR04/rh
This is a french rhizome site.
Bye
rhizome@infonie.fr
name = Benoit Pereira da silva

I hit nodes and "The file you requested: http://www.iceflow.com/onezeroone/Rhizome/node.html was not found on this server."
dwhite@fascination.com
Don White
Thanks for letting me know. Come back again.
you are all cool
luke

tanderso@together.net
Tom Anderson

www32@rorqual.cc.metu.edu.tr
ulus baker


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