A Line Made by Walking is a 1967 sculpture by British artist Richard Long. The piece was made when Long walked a continuous line into a field of grass in Wiltshire, England, and then photographed the result. The work is considered to be an important early work in the history of both land art and conceptual art.
I love this idea and will be exploring it myself but with looking at 'lines' made by walking from others and maybe animals. To me, this displays the effect we have in landscapes and on the world, just by simply living on it. This is relevant to the current state we are in at the moment regarding the Corona virus spread.