The workshop which is part of a larger international project, titled ‘invisble’, is one which sends participants into their public space to carry our subliminal and poetic interventions. With others, they create a tiny situation, nothing serious, of which the participants are at the same time the initiators and the spectators. The spectators of a subtle disturbance, a legal but oh so exciting disarray. An action in minor mode which may create, for an instant, a certain poetry of the absurd of which only they know the origin.
Participants to the workshop are a diverse group of people from different walks of life who would soon be gathering in Goa to create new scores for ‘invisible’.