The work is accompanied by a fragment from Theodor Lessing's text, History as Giving Meaning to the meaningless, 1919:
"Is is only the amazing fabrication of mankind to proceed as though casuality is the norm, and breakdowns in causal connections (for example miracles, chaos, crime, coincidence) are actually abnormal, whereas it is the other way around. Causality
is Ariadne's thread by means of which we feel our way through the labyrinth of irrational life.
The dead are silent. And for the last remaining one, everything that was before him has always made sense insofar as it relates and must relate to his form of existence, which is to say,
he and his sense system can only understand from the entire prehistory of the same type. Victors always write the history of the conquered, those who have survived, the stories of the dead."