This chapter offers a glimpse into some of the ways author made the sense of and produced the body in graphica scholarship, hoping to transcend histories of constraint and oppression. The body is fascinating to consider in everyday life and in the work of research and scholarship. It is simultaneously physical and affective, social and individual, produced and producing, reproductive and innovative. The body’s role in theories and practices of education is not yet fully realized, but one can believe it is crucial for work that aims to create change. The depiction of the same bodies moving across different spaces and how that might impact one’s spatial imagination, tries to capture the power of place in one’s physical and psychosocial comfort and confidence. In other words, even in feminist stance, it is still positioned the woman teacher to educate students as needed, to sacrifice the self in order to meet the needs of marginalized youth.