Distortion

The pandemic has messed up our perception of time. Not only was 2020 a blur (and for a part, 2021 as well) but since the pandemic, every month, week, day or hour has been or felt the same. In a year of living in lockdown, with every day being no different than the day before, we have lost our relationship with time and with it our sense of normality.

Distortion

The pandemic has messed up our perception of time. Not only was 2020 a blur (and for a part, 2021 as well) but since the pandemic, every month, week, day or hour has been or felt the same. In a year of living in lockdown, with every day being no different than the day before, we have lost our relationship with time and with it our sense of normality.

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Distortion

The pandemic has messed up our perception of time. Not only was 2020 a blur (and for a part, 2021 as well) but since the pandemic, every month, week, day or hour has been or felt the same. In a year of living in lockdown, with every day being no different than the day before, we have lost our relationship with time and with it our sense of normality.


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