Where 'corners' sounds less provocative than 'cornered' or 'cornering'.
Where 'corners' alludes to the meeting or intersecting of various elements on different trajectories.
Where 'elements' represent differing cultural value systems and regional realities.
Where 'intersecting' refers to the sometimes planned, always unpredictable point of collision.
Where 'corners' is the resultant structural edifice.
Where 'corners' becomes provocative.
Karl is an artist. He makes things, not all of them exist, not all of them look like art.