B minor sketches in manner that is filmic and poetic the pathic landscape of a corridor, the psychiatric unit of a general hospital. The evocation introduces us to a concept of “space”. The geographical or architectural geometric space is ontic. Her sense is pathic. The pathic landscape is directly and immediate revealed to us as “mood”. The rhythm is distinguished from the cadence. It opens the space and the time of waiting. The rhythm is personal; it is the “how” of our being-movement. It is the auto movement of space-time.
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