The World of Lockdown has rather neatly spliced us into those who merely Watch (Netflix anyone?) and those who Do. We all know someone who’s found their muse in pandemic, whether it’s baking up a Michelin-worthy storm or tapping rich new forms of creative expression. The Onassis Foundation has commissioned artists from all across the globe to prepare new works within 120 hours that reflect on their life in quarantine through an artistic veil. From a dream-like video treatise on solitude via the eyes of a provincial teen in upstate New York, to a desperate meditation on the extended passage of socially-distanced time, the ENTER project is more than just a quarantine diary. It’s a gallery of site-specific original works; a digital time capsule to help us preserve the memory of this unifying era for future generations. As we are welcomed into each home, we register that art cancels out distance. You can ENTER this intriguing habitat of digital artistry for yourself here.