Through the simple gestures of putting books on shelves,
tagging keywords in social media posts and putting information
into a chronology inside a text, orders and hierarchies are created.
The histories of coloniality, ableist dominance and patriarchal
universalism are inherited and prevail in catalogs of libraries,
while new technologies and categorizing algorithms disguise
capitalist interests. When establishing infrastructures for
assembled knowledges, how can we unfix categorization,
undiscipline our shelves and yet allow access to the un-categorizable?