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THE SECOND PHASE OF THE PROJECT
While the  rst project phase was aimed at creating the essentials and provide the theoretical framework, the second phase focused on devel- oping viable ideas on the basis of the Toolkits and the COP. In doing so, the interdisciplinary and international project team turned out to show signi cant creative potential. One of the main goals during this phase was to develop Exemplary COP-units that could demonstrate how the Toolkits – and therefore the Change of Perspective – can be applied to different objects. To accomplish this, the partners chose suitable Euro- pean topics and objects that allowed for multiple perspectives, recorded suggestions of so-called ‘museum distant groups’ and cooperated with them. Together, they developed scenographic, artistic and musical stag- ing possibilities for the objects in question, as well as educational and cultural programs to impart the COP and to thus contribute to European- ize museums.
Moreover, and supporting this goal further, a scenographers com- petition entitled One Object – Many Visions – EuroVisions took place, which ended with a touring exhibition. This second project phase con- cluded with two more workshops that focused on applying the results of the EMEE project to museum practice. The  rst workshop addressed the question of how scenography can be deployed to convey varying perspectives on an object, while the second workshop revolved around the problem of attracting non-visitor groups by means of artistic inter- ventions.
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