Conversation For Two

‘The stories we tell about our experiences, do not describe reality, but create it.’ David Cooperrider

Conversation For Two draws inspiration from the theory and practice of sociologist David Cooperrider to stimulate intimate conversations in public spaces.
Two people are asked to find a suitable place to talk in public (eg. the sidewalk, town square, park bench) and share their most positive personal story in relation to how we connect and and interact as humans. The conversation ends with the question – ‘How can we do this more often?’.

Conversation For Two makes a point of shunning negativity, highlighting the importance of sharing positive moments and providing an insight into how we can encourage healthier social interaction in a simple and effective way.

c: Laura Mentink