Is there something flawed about me writing on my own? When do I use the words I and we? When do I say they as if it’s their experience I am able to talk about?
But it seems that even in groups, it is flawed to think of experience as shared, and space as shared in the same way by each individual body.
If each experience is subjective, and each space manifests according to our physical and psychological experiences, then in some ways, one voice cannot be contradicted, but just brought up against the voice of another. I is OK, even if others are present.
I initially considered asking if the rest of the Artist Working Group wanted to contribute to these blogs. And then recognised this as my slightly awkward relationship to the role of facilitator, and that it may come as some relief to the others that I am taking responsibility for this.