The Stone Faces appear as ‘the touch’ between a form that belongs to the human body and the line, which is a cultural product brought out by human beings. These ‘touches’ come to life in ’tangents’. By the weight of each form it meets, the line stretches and transfers itself into the representation of limitation from that of infinity. From now on, each line that is defined has become a linguistic indicator. It is about ‘the tangent’ between the meaning that is attributed to the Stone Faces on the streets, and the line that is transformed into a linguistic indicator. The streets turn their backs to political discourse, and in the face of that discourse, they may transform their backs into a mask. The reckoning with what is up-to-date may be hidden in the representations of the Stone Faces.