REVIEW: The Pittsburgh Tatler, Wendy Arons

By December 7, 2016Uncategorized

“Imagine what life would be like if you could see the shapes and contours and colors of things, but your brain could not organize those shapes and contours and colors into recognizable objects and people. Your vision would be in perfect order, but you would be effectively blind, incapable of making sense of the lines and patterns that make up the visual field.

That condition – called visual agnosia – is the subject of the title story from the late Oliver Sacks’s collection of accounts of neurological disorders, and also the focus of a chamber opera based on that book.”

by Wendy Arons, The Pittsburgh Tatler

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