Astrid Lorange, one that made it alike
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one that made it alike is an index in prose: measuring, for example, four brick archives in Sydney, Leibniz's monadology, a food-based theory of heartbreak, and measurement itself. The indexes were composed over a one-year period and act as paratexts for a year's worth of reading. The keyword search was a vital organising principle, so too the collective efforts to graphically represent monads and labour history.
Astrid Lorange is a poet, researcher, and teacher from Sydney. Her books include Eating and Speaking (TPRP, New York City, 2011) and Minor Dogs (bas-books, New York City, 2011).