||A macular hole mostly caused by vitreous shrinkage which causes a blurred spot in the eye. This can sometimes be corrected by a Vitrectomy. Air is inserted in the eye to close the hole and over a few weeks it continues to close further. This is an artistic view of the air bubble getting smaller.
This is a two set artistic series showing the process I experienced during this healing process.
1) The first two two images show the before and after of a macular hole and a victrectomy.
2. The second shows the slow disappearance of an air bubble that was left in the eye after a vitrectomy. The air slowly disappears into the body.