ON THE EVIDENCE OF A PRE-GRAPHIC INTENTION

#150220

Sessions

150220

Gossau, 20 February 2015

Elisha, Chicca, Oseye, Balima, Fanny, Malik, Pembeele

Malik takes the brush
Angela dips it into the paint pot for him, but he eats the color
He wants to take the sports camera, then leaves

Fanny strokes wildly through the grid
We slide the board underneath the enclosure grid; she strokes quickly on it, then leaves

Elisha shows no interest

Fanny strokes on the ground with large strokes

Oseye shows no interest

Pili takes the brush and leaves

Elisha shows no interest

Pembeele takes the brush and leaves

Madschabu dips the brush, but shows no interest

Oseye takes the brush and leaves

Fanny shows no interest

Oseye shows no interest

Fanny shows no interest

Oseye strokes a bit on the floor next to the wooden board

Petiri eats the paint

Pili stipples a little on the sheet, but gets disturbed by Petiri

Brigitte wants to dip the brush
Pili takes the brush away from her
Brigitte wants to dip again
Petiri takes the brush away from her once more

Pili takes the brush and leaves

Today the mood was calm and relaxed, but also unproductive. The big surprise of the day was Fanny, who had never been so productive. She produced a circle on the floor with the radius of her arm and initially stroked enthusiastically through the enclosure grid. Oseye was also more present, but did not really show any interest. Pili stippled on the sheet of paper, but was then distracted by Petiri and did not show any interest again. Madschabu still doesn't show any interest. Chicca was in her observer position in the upper corridor the whole time and never climbed down to us. Perhaps this also has to do with the new paint, which is apparently inedible. Chicca has always eaten the paint and now she has no more reason to join in or motivation for participating in making strokes on a sheet of paper.