Ever since the lockdown has been executed, the virtual crept into our lives and we developed new ways of sustaining this pandemic. Moreover we’ve found methods to engage with ourselves and the world. Never before have I spent so much time with family, now that we were all forced to remain indoors, the everyday began operating in two domains-virtual and visual. While the virtual served as a source of hope by enabling a variety of functions, the visuals around were contradicting. I think that the threshold is where I belong-but to retain this state of mind is clearly a struggle. It’s an assimilation of contrasts and resemblances! It has lead me to think of different ways to archive so as to develop my interpretations over time.