An appendix;

  1. Loss (in exhaustion);

    ‘When we are done with accounting for our exhaustions, we are still left with the question of how, for instance, we value a person’s life—the sum total of the value of their time on earth. The thing is, you can gauge the value of a thing only when you know what you miss when you lose it. The problem is, you would not be in a position to judge the worth of your life were you to lose it. And so, to one school of thinking, the worth of a life can only be gauged from what its absence means to those who inherit the loss.’


    1. e-flux, Journal #27 - Planktons in the Sea: A Few Questions Regarding the Qualities of Time). Raqs media Collective.
  2. Small circle near the Calanais Standing Stones, Isle of Lewis.