The work’s starting point is two opposing views of time. For the quantitative approach, time is a measurable entity designated by clocks. For the qualitative approach, often described as Kairos, time is neither homogenous nor isotropic. Two persons oscillate, in a state of potentiality. The temporality of Kairos unfolds for each at a different pace. A letter could prove to be what connects them, but one must wait for the right state of things – the state between “already” and “not yet”. An action is imminent but remains suspended. It tends to emerge at the faultlines of borderline territories.