in newtonian reality, two objects cannot occupy the same space at the same time – and if they do, we call this an ‘accident’. death, destruction or at least some form of mutilation and tragedy may ensue. sometimes, however, the very fact of accident, error, mistake, failure or glitch may establish a certain kind of freedom, a certain kind of new knowledge, practice, engagement. this may inadvertently express also a wholly different approach to reality itself or for that matter, a wholly different reality (einsteinian-bohr), full stop. see, amongst others: catherine malabou, neils bohr.