One involves many inside and many can be reduced to one with the possibility of categorical violence. <Black & White> by Grégoire A. Meyer and <Hiraeth #3> by Henry Clayton tell us the multiplicity of an individual. The multiplicity or the text of an individual is formed in time with the surroundings or the context of the individual. <Wind> by Lazaro Hurtado, <Miseria e Nobiltà> by Gianpiero Casetta, and <Onions with a book, Sisley> by Anne Baudequin tell us how an individual changes in time to a different one. On the other hand, <Waves> and <Solo les aventajaba era un detalle diminuto> by Paloma Marquez tell us that many can be one but it can be a violence to an individual. <Panta rei II> by Richard Silvaggio shows us an individual crouching between being himself or herself and being others.