What can happen on the eleventh hour?
'Together, we will plot a few points.
One of the expressions at work in this volume is an extension of identity, multiple and singular, digital and physical, animal and fictional. As with any product, there are many interpenetrating elitisms, differences in agency, and differences in ethics. Throughout these pages, these tensions are without airbrush.
Solidarity is like recognising something from across a canyon. But solidarity has limits to its realisation. You suffocate its chances when you think the other as opaque, as foreign.
Throughout volume Eleven, differences rest side by side and do not undermine the essence of any one project. Pantomime is used as a kind of defiance; like a structured faux pas - a lacklustre punch to the face. Sparkling experimentation meets burlesque pastiche meets lush satisfaction, however ephemeral...'