Documenting Quarantine

Now that my econ professor is a pixel-formed, 2-D blur; my classes are incomplete virtual gatherings; and social events are split-screen marriages between online Pictionary and Zoom; the footprint of the corona virus is seen to have stamped quarantine into all of us. Although it is a bizarre time wrought with both a lack of understanding and all-too-real sickness and sorrow, it is also a time of documentation and learning as we live through the unprecedented. My roommate, now working to fulfill the requirements of painfully adapted media assignments meant to involve public events and great human connections, begins a new project. The (adapted) assignment: to take and edit 10-12 pictures tied

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