Féline Minne's interest in play can be seen in her series of paintings entitled: Tetris. She is serious about the importance of play and often refers to Donald Winnicott’s theories about play and reality. It has been proven that playing Tetris helps people with post-traumatic stress syndrome (Holmes, James, Coode-Bate, Deeprose, 2009). Tetris is like life. A lot keeps coming at you, and you have to give it all a place. Sometimes there is not enough time. Then the bricks accumulate and holes appear in-between the rows. If it works well, a few rows disappear and that feels great, it evokes a feeling of release and relaxation. What it also teaches us about life is that we can’t wait for the right brick to come along.

Note: Holmes EA, James EL, Coode-Bate T, Deeprose C (2009) Can Playing the Computer Game “Tetris” Reduce the Build-Up of Flashbacks for Trauma? A Proposal from Cognitive Science. PLOS ONE 4(1): e4153.