The workshop developed a constructive atmosphere, in which new experimentation was possible. A great deal of the activities were music-driven, but this also made sense as most of us participants had our background in music, either as performers, composers, or musicologists etc. However, we dealt quite a bit with movement as a tool of expression and experimentation, which fit the theme of embodiment well. My best experiences came from the workshops dealing with gestural improvisation and multi-sensory expansion of evaluating criteria for music, plus an excellent lecture recital. I would say about half of the Lab's content was interesting and useful, the other half a bit superficial, or perhaps still finding its way. However, I'm very happy to have participated, since I could extract new tools for my musical and research work. The participants were amazing, and worked on interesting projects in their home institutions. It's always nice to hear creative and dedicated people sharing their work.