After two intense days, the group exhibited the work it produced thus far to the other festival participants, guests, and tutors.
This was a significant phase of the workshop process. Although it did not result in new material, it did yield new knowledge. The participants' presentations, interactions, and discussions with the audience, which were based on their work in the context of the workshop, marked an occasion that was also significant for the pedagogical process, allowing further verbalization, discussion, and reflection on what was produced up to that point. Additionally, as a shared mid-presentation, it was an important milestone to establish and help assimilate the participants' individual and collective new findings.
Following discussions with the public, all these subjective impressions were combined into a collective spatiotemporal experience.
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