In contrast to Hotel Acatlán: First Day and Hotel Acatlán: Second Day, Hotel Acatlán: Two Weeks Later presents a more surreal version of the brightly coloured courtyard Hockney visited in Mexico in 1985. Here the space takes on an almost dreamlike quality as the proportions become exaggerated, almost feverish. The work is also the first in this series of studies of the courtyard to include a figure. In the bottom right corner, a woman sits at a table working, her figure scratched out of dark ink. The walls of the portico have become a mass of brightly coloured marks and the shadows have lengthened. The doorways have come loose from their previous order, giving a circus or fairground like impression to the scene. While the effect is perhaps unsettling, this mix of viewpoints and scale reflects Hockney’s interest in perspective which runs throughout the Moving Focus series. Spanning the period between 1984 and 1986, this portfolio of lithographs is dominated by bright colours and Cubist influences. As with the other Hotel Acatlan works, this image is spread across two sheets making it impressive in terms of scale as well as perspective.