When the 33-year-old Kika moved to the Lighthouse, it quickly became her second home. An expressive resident, she communicates with others not only through a wide range of signs and symbols but also with not-to-be-missed facial expressions. She loves social and leisure activities, after which she often relishes a small cake and coffee. Watching TV with flashing colors and images also fascinate games. A keen painter, Kika can easily get lost in her emotions during the art therapy sessions. The texture, reflections, and contact with canvas provide serenity as well as aesthetic simulation. Colors are her signature traits that appear throughout her creations.A radical painter, she paints the whole body: she needs to have colors throughout the body to feel the stimulation flowing around her. She considers this cleansing ritual that peels off her mask to show her true self. At the end of each session, she can be seen covered in the colors of her creation: she becomes her own art. Radical as it is, such an immersive method helps during times of distress. She loves to work in a large area as she can freely express her creativity. No one takes art as seriously as she does.