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(noun) an intervening space

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Discovering the tiny interstices of the complex banking network that no one else thought much about.

—p.45 [2] Sushi (39) by Ellen Ullmann
6 years, 7 months ago

In the interstices of economic decline there had arisen unprecedented levels of poverty

—p.151 by Richard Seymour
4 years, 5 months ago

Software dwindles into the interstices of fine-grained syntheses of gestures, laws, property, habits, images, machines, networks, infrastructures and devices.

—p.12 Introduction (1) by Adrian Mackenzie
6 years, 4 months ago

These interstices where Wallace scholarship can find something like the new voices we are being told it so desperately needs?

—p.94 David Foster Wallace and Music: The Grunge Writer and the Hitherto Criminally Overlooked Importance of Signifying Rappers (89) by Tony McMahon
6 years, 5 months ago

However continually he was suffering in his last summer, there was still plenty of time, in the interstices between his identically painful thoughts, to entertain the idea of suicide

—p.42 Farther Away (15) by Jonathan Franzen
6 years, 10 months ago

There is scarcely any living memory of boredom. This is why it can superimpose itself on all kinds of activities, even exciting ones, since it lives in the interstices.

—p.50 by Jean Baudrillard
6 years, 4 months ago

my lone interstice a trans-cultural spice of encouragement

—p.216 Say never (203) by David Foster Wallace
7 years, 1 month ago

he adopts a gradualist “metamorphosis” framework and places considerable weight on the eclectic development of “interstitial alternatives” that grow in the cracks of capitalism — “real utopias” that can eventually spread to capitalism’s core

on Erik Olin Wright

Chasing Utopias by Sam Gindin
5 years, 7 months ago

Trading nations, properly so called, exist in the ancient world only in its interstices

—p.479 Capital (452) by Karl Marx
6 years, 2 months ago

by now the penetration of technology into the interstices of human existence has become nearly complete. And the code that surrounds us is closed to public view: opaque, inescapable.

—p.246 Programming for the millions (237) by Ellen Ullman
4 years, 7 months ago

Magical Marxism [...] lodges itself somewhere within the interstices of a liberated time and liberated space, between the right to free time and the right to free space

—p.23 Introduction: The Circulation of Revolt - Real and Fictitious Marxism (1) by Andy Merrifield
4 years, 10 months ago

Experiments in other modes of life are being explored within this new community, in the interstices of a society

—p.95 Spontaneous Overflow of Powerful Feeling: Activism and Immateriality (75) by Andy Merrifield
4 years, 10 months ago

Here in this place where she had so often hidden it was not the memories of school that flooded in but the interstitial times, the daylong flights to and from.

—p.93 by Lydia Kiesling
5 months, 2 weeks ago

it took root like a lingering disease in the interstices of its victims' lives

—p.12 Myths of the Near Future (7) by J.G. Ballard
3 years, 10 months ago

Options had been traded for centuries, but typically in only an informal, semi-organized way—in the interstices or on the peripheries of mainstream financial markets

—p.102 Counterperformativity (97) by Alice Bamford, Donald MacKenzie
5 years, 4 months ago

visits in the interstices of your life

—p.35 I. ORCAS ISLAND (5) by Renata Adler
11 months, 3 weeks ago

in the no-man’s-land between its territory and the next, the blank stretches of the map, those interstitial zones where light, bending and kinking round impossible topographies, produces mirages

—p.50 by Tom McCarthy
4 years, 1 month ago

It is a mistake to imagine these dhows as remnants or residues of ‘traditional’ trade; their business has flourished alongside, in the interstices of, and because of the more global, large-scale, and mechanised trade of container ships and modern bulk carriers.

—p.52 Chapter 2 – Harbour-making (49) by Laleh Khalili
2 months ago

Capitalism did not supplant feudalism by way of some neat revolutionary transformation resting on the forces mobilised within only one of these spheres. It had to grow within the interstices of the old society and supplant it bit by bit

—p.135 Capital Evolves (119) by David Harvey
6 years, 7 months ago

The internet has moved seamlessly into the interstices of this situation, redistributing our minimum of free time into unsatisfying micro-installments

—p.18 by Anna Wiener
3 years, 6 months ago