Consequences – draw and discuss continues to grow on Zoom and so we’re pleased thats this will soon be added to with analogue paper based deliverable options. Pleased as what’s become apparent now more than ever is the need by participants to have a place to share their feelings, for those to be acknowledged and them to exit our bodies through the act of drawing. Drawing is obviously both an action and the outcome but here, I argue, we see the act taking greater importance than the product. I’m interested in how we communicate distinction when we share this work at some point in the future. It’s the ongoing issue of much socially based practice – where the “work” is in the doing. I continue to grapple with this problem as we look at photos of computer screens of people in rooms rather than photos of people in rooms….