In this series I attempted to raise the issues of scuttle, of the refugee-state to a more general level. The road, the path became the centre: the abandonment of the home for the unknown. This stance could bring to forth further questions: the differences between two points of the road, the relationship between the cause and the goal of the scuttle, but it also points towards the scuttle as a process, as a road, as a consequence which leaves a trace, a sign. It signifies the pressure to find a way out, the defencelessness, the oppression, the impossibility of any resistance, and also the homelessness, the interminable road.