Visual acuity (VA) commonly refers to the clarity of vision, but technically rates an examinee’s ability to recognize small details with precision. Note that visual acuity is a measure of how well small details are resolved in the very centre of the visual field; it does not tell us how larger patterns are recognized.
Forced to be indoors, or to wonder the outdoors by oneself has forced many of us to notice details we had not noticed before, fixating on our immediate surroundings in a new way.
Being fortunate enough to live away from bustling city or conglomerate spaces, I’ve been working on tiles of small details I found in nature. From shadowplay to textures, patterns and glares, a deviation from the bombardment of images about empty spaces and unsettled citizens we are exposed to this year.