Rhizomebook.com shows multiple works, archives and collections by Jan van der Til. The term 'rhizomebook' is by origin a philosophical concept developed by Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari. Rhizome is what Deleuze calls an 'image of thought' based on the botanical rhizome, that apprehends multiplicities. They use the terms 'rhizome' and 'rhizomatic' to describe theory and research that allows for multiple, non-hierarchical entry and exit points in data representation and interpretation.
A rhizome is a root-like, underground stem, growing horizontally on or just under the surface of the ground, and capable of producing shoots and roots from its nodes. Rhizomes are most commonly produced by perennial, herbaceous species of plants, that die back to the ground at the end of the growing season, and must grow a new shoot at the beginning of the next season. Rhizomes are capable of storing energy, usually as starch, which is used to fuel the regeneration of new shoots. Rhizomes are also sometimes called rootstocks.