Eye Charts

A series of paintings and a print edition that tries to assess the sharpness of comprehension by correctly identifying the messages displayed as the Snellen eye chart, which is used to measure visual acuity. Each painting has a specific quote from different authors, in which the lettering becomes smaller as the quote is completed. Each quote is chosen by its ideological alignment and tries to compel the viewer to assume a position, and to question his or her own alignment in relation to the significance of the quote.