Moments of unintended but nonetheless apparent coincidence draw attention to processual relationships between things by establishing a perceptible ( although illusory ) logic in their arbitrary nature. These moments, whilst in themselves not revealing any great insights ( into the workings of things ), when experienced snap one into a state of active receptivity.

By being party to a coincidence; a seemingly anomalous occurrence, a superficial glimpses of patterning on the world’s veneer of ( what would otherwise appear ) chaos one becomes subject to the suggestion / the implication that there is something more.