To be a body isn't to be in space, it is to be of it.
The mingled bodies create a blur by undoing the clear lines between them, suggesting that it t’s rarely either or but usually both - nobody is untouched by the world they live in.
Vision is determined to a large degree by our expectations. We don’t see a naked world, we see a visual world which has been created by language, experience, and memory.
My left eye sees different to my right eye.
Personal perspective is crucial to experience. We all bodily inhabit the first person point of view. However, since we are mobile beings, we can move around other people and objects, our perspective is fluid - our mobility allows us to access the world of others.
I can see because you are visible and I am visible because you see. Through your gaze I am also able to see my own and when gazing at you, I experience my own visibility.
Letters From Paradise 52° 30′ 10,4″ N , 13° 24′ 15,1″ O