2 meters (6 feet) of distance. 14 days of isolation. “A good outcome would be 250,000 deaths”. A two billion dollars aid package. How do we talk about the new uncanny numbers and foreign scales that became our reality in the past few months? In what way does the plague, which we’re now in the midst of, exposes the failures of our human perception of the world and our limitations of imagination? Would we learn to look at nature, industry, economy, urbanism, and our place within all of these processes from a new perspective? Or rather, will the limitations of our perception survive this crisis as well?