During the presentation I got the impression that our design proposal for the exhibition theme was well received. We had a clear narrative throughout, providing a range of graphic and branding tools we wanted to implement in the curation.

Throughout the task of presenting our ideas, I was nervous. I don’t like presenting to large groups, mainly because English is my second language and I lack the confidence communicating my ideas with large groups. Nonetheless, I did feel very comfortable with my group and talking about the work. After getting started I felt more at ease knowing there’s not much that could go wrong, even if that meant forgetting some of my text.

To my surprise no one had questions afterwards and, the only question was whether we was planning on creating feedback cards.  Overall I felt that the presentation went very well although it was weird that we didn’t’t receive much feedback. I’m not sure if that was because they loved, or liked it, or maybe just wanted to get on planning the curation.

Feedback cards idea.

Feedback cards idea.

Nevertheless this as well was a great moment of validation, as our team did everything we thought would help create a great show. This was due to the fact that we kept communicating throughout with other groups making sure that their thoughts and ideas where being taken into consideration. I also believe that having our group meetings and groups assessments/feedback enables us to produce a higher quality of work. It was clear that we worked well together and focused on categorizing our work and task distribution on the strengths within our team.