This short workshop aims at sharing and developing our knowledges and skills in workshop design.
How is it possible to translate an individual practice into a collective practice?
How can we support each others effort to imagine and invent collective practices out of our individual problematics?
After a moment of soft weight exchanges with a partner, each participant recalls and shares with the group her best workshop experience ever.
Then everybody is invited to note on a blue post-it what is her central research problem at the moment and, as well, which element of that problem she would like to share with others in a form of a collective practice.
The ‘problems’ are numbered and displayed on a large board.
Then, every participant is asked to choose one or two ‘problems’ out of interest and inspiration.
Then, every participant receive another ‘problem’ by chance procedure.
The task is to imagine a collective practice per ‘problem’.
Then, the imagined collective practices are shared collectively.
It is up to the ‘problem’s author’ to decide to actualise the imagined practice or not.