A key part of E&E was project team, the four artists, museum partners and project advisors working in close collaboration, an approach that RCMG has honed and developed over a number of years. E&E involved a series of structured Exchange events, ‘behind the scenes’ visits to the museums and interaction between the artists and participating experts that generated productive debate, discussion and interaction in an equitable and respectful way.

Capturing the impact of the four performances on their audiences, the wider public, and the medical profession was a critical part of E&E. Artists, invited speakers and participating experts played an active part in engaging audiences in live debate after each performance; audience responses were captured through response cards, interviews, and Twitter (@UnrulyBodies); and press coverage promoted the project to a much wider audience.