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10 November 2020

Anaesthetised sight

It is true, we live in excessive visibility that anaesthetises our very ability to see. This excess causes our ability to perceive and see the world to shatter into a thousand pieces, which then evaporate as soon as they are exposed to global social media channels. Nowadays, to regain minimal sight, one must combine the art of seeing with the art of remembering. Stop, breathe, observe. And establish a new understanding between eye and mind, between thought and imagination, and between perception and memory.