There
are
no
points or
positions
in
a rhizome,
such
as
those
found
in
a structure;
tree
or
root.
There
are
only
lines.
A
rhizome
is
a
multiplicity,
a network
of
subterranean
stems
rather
than
a
system
of
root
and branch.
Any
point
of
a rhiĀ­
zome
can
be
connected
to
any
other,
and
must
be.

SADIE PLANT, ZEROS + ONES
(1997)