The work explores the complex relationship between a visually impaired person and the camera.The photographer guides the individual through an urban landscape, documenting their loss of control and the resulting cautious and awkward movements. These movements, reminiscent of mechanical actions, highlight the effects of temporary sight loss on the person’s physical abilities. The depiction intentionally obscures the person’s identity and focuses on rear views, challenging the usual representation of the human body and its gestures. This experimental arrangement aims to emphasize the objectification of the human body in front of the camera. The subject’s reliance on external instructions due to their visual impairment further accentuates this objectification. Through this approach, the photographer delves into the complex dynamics between the human subject, the camera, and the perception of identity.