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Dana Arnold

of deterritorialisation down which it constantly flees. There is a rupture in the rhizome whenever segmentary lines explode into a line of flight, but the line of flight is part of the rhizome. These lines always tie back to one another. 30 The line of flight, like the line, has no beginning or end, but always a middle. And it is in this middle or ‘in between’ that everything takes place. 31 If we think about the Deleuzian notion that it is not what the line is but what it can do or be, then a line can be a mark, a trace, a contour or an outline, which is

in Architecture and ekphrasis