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WES JANZ

  I am interested in the architectures of leftover people, the potentials of leftover space, and the availability of leftover materials. This is how a dictionary defines “leftover”: something that remains unused or unconsumed; remaining as unused residue. A thesaurus lists these synonyms: remainder (refuse, rubbish, waste, debris, detritus, dregs, survivor, excess, surplus, overplus, leave behind, odd, spare, unused, surplus, outstanding, residual); and excess (surplus, plus, overstock, overage, overrun, oversupply, spare, bonus, dividend). The leftover is a rich category that takes in rather conventional understandings of waste and rubbish as it adds new perspectives by recasting excess people, odd spaces, and debris as outstanding, bonuses, or dividends.