ON THE EVIDENCE OF A PRE-GRAPHIC INTENTION

#140304

Sessions

140304

Gossau, 4 March 2014

Chicca
Pili

Madschabu takes a brush

Balima shows no interest

We send Cess and Digit out

Blacky joins in immediately
Red
Blue

Brigitte gets beaten up by Digit
Loud screaming everywhere

Blacky
We give her a smaller brush
Blue
Not so motivated

Brigitte, Pili and Petiri

Madschabu shows no interest

Blacky with a thicker brush
Black, blue
On the enclosure grid
Red, black, black,
On the grid
Green
Green

Chicca joins in but gets sent away by Angela again

Second sheet of paper
Blacky
Green, green
White,
Dips the brush into the white and lets the paint drip onto the sheet of paper!!
On the floor
White, she drips the paint on the sheet again
White
On the floor
White, she drips the paint on the sheet again

She completes the already colored area on the sheet on the floor!
She repeatedly makes stroke on the sheet and then on the floor again, creating one big colored area that is half stroked on the sheet and half on the floor

She pushes the wooden board out by herself!

The atmosphere was calm and relaxed from the very beginning. Although there was a lot of noise because of Brigitte and Digit, the mood remained relaxed. Blacky was waiting from the beginning and came as soon as she was able to. At first hesitant, or rather unmotivated, she than stroked as focused as never before. It is astonishing that she let the paint drip from the brush and observed this process excitedly. After that, she smeared the drops on the sheet with the brush. She repeated this process several times. The speed of her stroking was generally slower than usual. She changed the handling of the brush after she dipped it into the paint pot towards a more controllable handling of it for stroking. At the end, she pushed the board towards us. This is equally impressive. We are very impressed with today's session.