Here's what I'm thinking: The studio is a café. In the mezzanine, the hardest thing is to get people in the mood to sit down and do something unusual. The way to get around this is to have 1–3 people who greet the public as they come down the stairs. They will be standing with tall tables and laptops and be the "google/algorithm" power of information people. In addition, the public will be able to "book" an experience in advance, online or via phone. This way, the focus is on the power of the moment, and on our ability as facilitators to connect people to one another. This helps people focus, and will spread the word about the Studio and give us lots of data. The major rule is this: the café will only serve strangers, and they must sit in pairings of 2 or 3. The waitress/waiter is the facilitator, and the menu is milk/tea/honey and a series of actions/encounters/scores with imagery from the collection. This highlights the importance of an encounter, of the stranger. The waitress/waiter is the tour guide and informant.