In Cumul I, nothing seems to stay in place and each shape is destined for perpetual change. Cumul is part of a series that makes reference to clouds, changing elements par excellence, and more precisely the round clouds known as cumulus. “They are clouds, a cloud formation. I don’t see any sexual forms,” she claims. The point of departure for these forms is the sculpture in the shape of a flaccid phallus, Sleep II of 1967.