Old mannequin torso from the first Julia Janus fashion period. After the shops closed, the torso remained unsold due to a cracked part of the neck. That day, the sunlight fell through the different leaves of the houseplants so that the yellow-green, in contrast to the blue shades, simply stunned its intense color. The canvas-covered frame seemed too flat to convey that testimony of life. In this way, the “injured” torso of the mannequin turned into a painting – a sculpture, which I called “Green Light”.