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syn·site

/sin´sahyt/

n.

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[ SYN- (FROM < GREEK SÝN WITH, TOGETHER WITH) + SITE (FROM < LATIN SITUS SITUATION, FROM SINERE TO BE PLACED) ]
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1:hybrid site[s]

An active assemblage sourced from a dislocated, fractured network of sites.

2:Syntactical tool

A verb-noun concatenation——process embedded in, affecting, and affected by site——with an assertive threshold calling attention to itself between the two. To understand this hybridity of site is to see the hyphenated construct itself as a tool—to see in its syllabic nodes and articulated connection a self-aware mirage.

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The SITE/NON-SITE theory of Robert Smithson in which, by and large, the NON-SITE is presented as a factor of a singularly located SITE...

 

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calls for a SYN-SITE.