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I personally found more positive things in the state of isolation, such as: taking a break from my long travelings, which have not been a break for the last year and a half. To be alone with my inner self, to clear various thoughts in my head. I also finally found the time I never had enough to start creating in another way like making music, writing, and dancing. It also freed up time for things I don't like to do, but I had no choice, cleaning out old things I didn't need but didn't notice from in my normal daily routine. And separately I have even more time for my professions, my hobbies and time to call all my friends from all over the world and talk until dawn without worries that tomorrow we have to get up early for work or do something outside.
Her name is Maureen. No, it is not. We love her, though, and at the age of 92, Maureen’s mind wanders through time and space, through real and imaginary stories. The same stories change all the time. We put it aside and we kiss her cheek. She probably doesn’t know who we are. Old age, dementia and the desire to honour another beautiful life. We love Maureen.
My neighbours are at the same time close and yet far away – everybody stays at home and tries to find pleasure in activities that are usually more fun together, like making music, doing yoga, baking cakes for a birthday invitation and travelling – which has been replaced by dreaming of places. Hopefully everything will be well soon. (I put the phrase in Italian on the map since it became famous when Italy was hit hard by the virus in March).
Mapping This Moment: Quarantine 2020 - public school art teacher, teaching from home by Nancy HelmsworthPortland, OR, US
Quarantine 2020 - has been a wild and frightening experience but I am lucky to be able to continue to work and have loved learning how to teach online and exploring my neighborhood on foot. Walking rain or shine and hey- it's Oregon, so RAIN is more likely - BUT to my delight - SPRING flowers are so beautiful this year - really over-the-top. So that has been a joy, to see Nature be strong and resilient.
We all are facing same situation, entire world is living same life. Rather it's India or Italy, New York or Singapore there is one thing common which is hope. In this lockdown period when I look outside I find different people in the balcony. They are attractive, hopeful and looking forward to have a better tomorrow.
It's set in a video game where you earn points by collecting objects and defeating monsters, and to win you need to reach your virus-free home.
Working from isolation has definitely changed the way I use technology in a big way. Before, my day revolved around my students, the bells, my classes. Now it seems (almost) everything I do is connected to a different piece of technology. I wake up, eat, teach, work out, plan, and talk to others with a different device. But in the middle of my day, if I'm lucky, I get a little time to disconnect, unwind, and relax.
An ode to all the graduates of 2020 who aren't able to have a traditional ceremony due to covid-19. This piece depicts the importance of technology during this time from zoom to emails to texts and shows how we are able to stay connected despite not being able to be physically together.