disposition for a stage space (in correlation between bodies on fields of sequential lineations)
correlation between bodies / moving deeper into the cloth of coloured description
correlation between bodies / try to escape
correlation between bodies / thrown into a world of bones
correlation between bodies / follow the rules of decency
correlation between bodies / no, no, Jim, you're kidding me
The Goat Path, figure I
Correlations between me (my body) and others, related to the question which path should we choose (to come closer or being separated) – principal scheme –
The Goat Path, figure II
A goat path (also known as a desire line, social trail or bootleg trail) can be a path created as a consequence of erosion caused by human or animal foot-fall or traffic.
The Goat Path, figure III
The goat path usually represents the shortest or most easily navigated route between an origin and destination.
The Goat Path, figure IV
Width and erosion severity can be indicators of how much traffic a path receives. Goat paths emerge as shortcuts where constructed ways take a circuitous route, have gaps, or are non-existent.
The Goat Path, figure V
»From sunrise to sunset, I was in the forest, sometimes far from the house, with my goat who watched me as a mother does a child. All the animals in the forest became my friends, even dangerous and poisonous ones. Thanks to my goat-mother and my Indian nurse, I have always enjoyed the trust of animals--a precious gift. I still love animals infinitely more than human beings.« Diego Rivera, My Art, My Life