ON THE EVIDENCE OF A PRE-GRAPHIC INTENTION

#140224

Sessions

140224

Gossau, 24 February 2014

Elisha
Blacky
Madschabu
Blacky strokes with red paint
On the floor and the enclosure grid, too: blue, red
Madschabu takes a brush

We slide the board underneath the grid
Black (the white paint pot is on the left of the structure)
We turn the paint pot holder 180 degrees
On the wire grid
Yellow (now on the left of the pot holder)
On the grid: yellow
On the grid
On the floor

Blacky leaves and comes back
Red
Fanny makes a few strokes
Madschabu

Sliding the board underneath the grid
Elisha, Malik
Elisha leaves
Malik leaves

We call Balima
Balima shows no interest

Madschabu

Pili wants to take the brush all the time

Balima does not even want to take a brush into her hands

We go to Mojo, sitting in the rear area
He doesn't even approach us
Cess

Malik, Elisha

In general, the atmosphere was rather restless and unfocused. This was mainly because of the television crew that joined us today. Nevertheless, Blacky made several strokes. Elisha and Malik also joined in several times and were sitting in front of the tools. They didn't really make any strokes and left relatively quickly. We feel like they would have stroked with the brushes, but the excitement this time was too much for them. We are impressed that they just joined in and sat in front of the painting tools. Blacky seems to be a definite quantity and we are curious how she will develop her skills in the future.