Caleb Curtiss

Master the art
of monism, of unity

through exclusion. Trace
the topography

of this new landscape: line
as metaphor, a scale

representation connecting
two points, dividing

two regions, codifying
its inaccuracies to chart

a new meaning upon a space          
that does not exist.




"effigy (n.) 1530s, "image of a person," from Middle French effigie (13c.), from Latin effigies "copy or imitation of something, likeness," from or related to effingere "mold, fashion, portray," from ex-"out" (see ex-) + fingere "to form, shape" (see fiction)."