ON THE EVIDENCE OF A PRE-GRAPHIC INTENTION

#140218

Sessions

140218

Gossau, 18 February 2014

Blacky is the first to join the session
One stroke with green paint
Oseye takes the brush away
Chicca dips the brush and eats the paint

Blacky waits a bit and then leaves the corridor

Madschabu and Chicca

Balima bites the brush in two
Balima
Chicca is right next to her

Pili and Petiri

Balima

Petiri

Balima strokes a little; she shows no real interest

Pili, Petiri and Oseye
Balima leaves

Madschabu
Pili
Madschabu

Malik
Elisha

Digit

Cess

Madschabu

Cess
Elisha strokes a bit

Malik also brushes a little
Elisha strokes too
They make strokes together on one sheet of paper!!

Blacky is back
We slide the wooden board underneath the enclosure grid
green, blue, blue, red, blue
On the wire grid: blue
On the grid
On the sheet again

There is a nervous atmosphere
Cess, Digit walk back and forth
Cess wants to take the wooden board, Angela intervenes
Blacky goes away

Elisha has chosen different parts of the gaps in the enclosure grid to make strokes through. She dipped the brush two times for herself into the paint pots. She was very focused. Malik was also focused when he was stroking. We are thrilled and hope that they will return again the next time. Blacky was ready from the very beginning and immediately took the brush and started to stroke. Because there were too many others around her she left the setting. When she joined in for the second time, she immediately began stroking again.