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to begin again
1735, in botany, "bringing forth roots," from Latin radicantem (nominative radicans), present participle of radicare "to take root," from radix "root" (from PIE root *wrād- "branch, root").
and as opposed to radical, from Nicholas Bourriaud I read:
“To be radicant: it means setting one's roots in motion, staging them in heterogeneous contexts and formats, denying them any value as origins, translating ideas, transcoding images, transplanting behaviors, exchanging rather than imposing.”
A nomadic mode. Meant for reading, writing, and thinking with you.