Emily, age 14, is a Jackson Pollack enthusiast. She can produce one in fifteen minutes. If one is good, ten are better. Pollack, despite establishing a legitimate technique during the Expressionist Movement, was never preoccupied with aesthetics or precision. Ergo, even with genuine skills in color awareness and control of viscosity, Pollack's throws and spills have become cliché. From Emily's eight Pollacks, I extracted one hundred eight. Emily's brother Peter, on the other hand, is a Louise Nevelson aficionado. Nevelson is well known for her black wooden block assemblies. In this piece I combined the two styles to produce a partnership between expressionism and neo-geo. Once again, depending upon the number of participants and the space available, the possibilities are infinite.