Panspermia I (2015-17), finger-plied string ball of recycled cotton clothes, 45 x 45cm,
courtesy of Lyndall Adams, photographer Anna Palma.
It is difficult to see the diffraction patterns—the patterns of difference that make a
difference—when the cordoning off of concerns into separate domains elides the
resonances and dissonances that make up diffraction patterns that make the entanglements visible.
Karen Barad cited in Van der Tuin & Dolphijn, 2012, p. 50
Tuin, I. V. D., & Dolphijn, R. (2012). New materialism: Interviews & cartographies. Open
A selection of images of work on paper cloth and with fibre from Talking place: emerging connections, Gallery 25, 2020