Amelie continues on the wall work started on Day 1.
Back up on the tall ladder she works with tape and geometric shapes.
We add long dangley clumps of plasticy jewels.
I do…this was too high for her to reach.
She joyfully splatters paint all over the wall work, tentacles out the purple strands and adds finishing touches.
This is a beautifully delicate work that measures 22 feet high!
On Day 3 Amelie is stuck.
She just messes around with some material in the studio area.
She pours pools of black & red ink on paper.
We sit back and watch it mix and move itself across the surface.
Soon she feels lost. “I dont know what to do now?”
She seems uninspired or bored. We had talked about various options earlier.
I said, “I am not going to tell you what to do. It has to come from you. “
She fell silent and looked discouraged.
I said we can just sit here and if she is done with the project then we can just quit and the wall work is enough.
Before I could finish my sentence she said, “I want to paint one of those cubes. Can I paint all over it?”
This cube was a giant plinth.
Removing tape is oh so satisfying.
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