As together we create a shared memory during our time-space togetherness. I would like to propose to communicate our own thoughts, interpretations of situations, opinions on topics of conversations held during the day, to the outside of the vitrine. It's a small piece on the wall of the room (facing the window) where every participant can create a logbook. The logbook represents your personal communication to the outside of the vitrine on shared information of the inside room. This information is quiet personal and therefor only visible when the occupiers of the room leave.
In other words: I propose for everybody to unfold a logbook written in phosphorent markers (white on white wall), that are loaded during daylight and activate during the darkness of the night. In other words an opportunity to let out dark thoughts illuminate...
2/ My second proposal concerns communicating with the outside in a rather less spectacular manner: I want to propose we make an overview of the main topics we handle in discussion by writing them on the window (mirrored or not...). This overview will give an update of what is happening on mental level in the research and helps to created a notion of history for bypassing people; as you would read the newspaper to catch up the new items every morning. I would even extend the idea and open communication by putting the markers also on the sidewalk side of the vitrine. The writing will add a sense of time to the vitrine project and question the readability of the everyday, as the more frequent we make contact with a person the more information we gain of that character. The more information we gain of character, lesser we can see his/her presence and form.
read the small letters on the box.