Interstitial Living: Fragments towards an Ethics
Keywords:autotheory, Roland Barthes, ethics, interstice, fragment
This work in autotheory documents my adoption of an interstitial lifestyle in 2021. I derived my project’s guiding concepts from Roland Barthes. After a foreword, which elucidates the project’s context, concepts, and genre, this piece turns to a series of fragments arranged by topic. Most of the fragments record my interstitial experiences or reflect on interstitial topics. In the margin are Barthes citations that inspired the project, a structural device borrowed from A Lover’s Discourse: Fragments and autotheory.
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