snow-blind


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snow-blind

temporarily unable to see or having impaired vision because of the intense reflection of sunlight from snow
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In presenting not just a white cube but a white cube squared, a pluperfect white cube that had absorbed even the works it was meant to enhance, "We Are Sun-kissed and Snow-blind" served as an ironic and elegant reminder that the supposed neutrality of exhibition spaces is but an illusion.
The electronic town hall decoration shocked shoppers who mistook his seasonal hand-waving for something which might send him snow-blind.
With the Qaanaaq shop shut in my face I became snow-blind in one eye for lack of sunglasses, but the dogsled trip across the sea ice was worth it.