The Kinesthetic Modeling (KM) session Monday at VizThink was a sellout. Tuesday, participants were asking for an encore. That evening after dinner a second group convened anxious to experience how kinesthetic activity liberates visual expression and original thinking in virtually everyone.
The process is a goofy one, admittedly. First, you dump some stuff (Holy Scrap) out on a table and arrange it so that it says something about yourself. You’re not allowed to explain it. Instead, you let other people tell YOU what it “looks like”, but not “what it means”. And finally you can say what you were up to. All the while, your table mates are writing down what people are saying so that you can take it all in.