Eyes are remarkable organs. The sensory membrane of the retina contains millions of light sensitive photoreceptor cells that receive and organise visual information and send signals onto the brain for visual recognition.
As we survey the world, the COVID-19 pandemic has been challenging to process. It seems like we are constantly recalibrating perceptions to accommodate the new normal. The outlook is suffused with zemblanity – the faculty of making unhappy, unlucky and expected discoveries by design. Sheer unrelenting pandemic metrics bring unpleasant, non-surprises both socially and economically. It goes beyond mere spectatorship – our lives have been materially altered.