In the margin, that which is written next to the text, or perhaps that which does not count.
In the margin, the person who feeds the printing machine, or who steps to the side, away from the crowd.
In the margin, he or she who makes a drawing instead of making notes, who ends up being brushed aside, then who later becomes the one who made sense of it all.
For it is in the margins that we find binding and structure. We also find that which de-constructs, or which explores. In the margin, careless smudges or intended bleed-marks.
Typographers, designers, contemporary artists, creators of digital media, authors and analysts will add their own sketches and jottings to a world created in the margins at the Rencontres internationales de Lure.