Alice Fulton rejects the assumptions of the two most widely recognized poetic camps in recent decades that poetry should follow either mainstream conventions of expressive personal lyric or the radically disjunctive forms of Language Poetry. Her experimental poetics embodies the unconventional or innovative dimensions by drawing on scientific metaphors from modern science. Her poetry is immediately recognizable for its elaborated conceptualization of assemblage and multitude that connects and traverses heterogeneous elements laced with modern scientific terms. Her poetry, however, does not explore its images in the abstract object or independent area; rather it extends its boundary to the social and political culture constituted by performative practice. Fulton redefines and recreates poetry according to the multiforms of experience and intellect, branching out in numerous directions and intersecting on their separate paths to infinity.