The second workshop week begins, with a new set-up and new people arriving; and, as always, group dynamics are deeply engaging. We’re all individuals, but what determines our readiness to collaborate? How do we sustain an emotional space where shared pleasure doesn’t block the individual performance – or the reverse? My function is to find ways for creative coexistence, every day anew.
This time, the story takes a slightly different turn; the sun is dimmed by a grim July Shadow, and the refugees drift away in darkness – surviving by throwing their nets to catch fish from the deep… This somehow seems to mirror the general atmosphere within this group, where the majority of participants go in for personal projects rather than collaborations – each one catching their own fish.
Some of us get along quietly, others draw a lot of attention – yet there is mutual respect. There are just so many ways of being human; of becoming…
Anna, Emilia, Robert, Tomas, Lars-Ola, Marianne, Göran and everybody else – thank you so much for opening such colourful, remarkable views into your inner worlds!