Twenty times makes a hundred
Caspar has a vision of only five percent. In two weeks he became almost completely blind. The communication between his eyes and his brain doesn't work properly anymore. Nowadays, after several looks at the same object he can put together an idea of the whole image with his memory. Twenty times makes a hundred.
His portrait is printed twenty times on transparent paper with an opacity of five percent. On one sheet alone you can't see anything, but all the sheets together give you an image of Caspar's face again. However you should look closely and move in front of the sheets to see it, because before you know the image disappears again. It's almost like a ghost or a memory.
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