Her current work is less about external spaces than internal processes and ideas that are created by the spaces in which
she resides. The artist uses meditation to penetrate her intuition in the purest way. Immediately after each meditation, still
in a state between sleep and wakefulness where theta brain waves are active, Janin Walter paints. This state gives her the opportunity to paint out of intuition. She is working on several pictures at the same time. Every day for weeks, sometimes months, after each meditation a new layer is applied to the paintings. This intuitive painting process is a criticism of the rationally driven society, in which every decision has to be made analytically. In her artistic process, the artist follows feelings rather than analytical decisions.