Group One presented a video filmed during their walk to ‘look for an idea’ and a series of diagrams recording and analysing their understanding of the landscape and gendered flow of Hebden Bridge’s residents.
Group Two organised a ‘threeing workshop’ with two of the group sitting back-to-back, surrounded by the others who were invited to address questions to them. Questions were written on strips of paper and passed to either Anna or Daniel who read them without identifying the writer, using the questions to steer their conversation.
Group Three got up at 6.00am and changed around the contents of the room in which presentations had taken place on the previous day, also altering the front pages of participants’ notebooks. Liesbeth Bik wrote down people’s reactions to the re-arranged space.