Since this pool of definitions and conditions of “reflection” grew and developed during the RAPP Lab project, the work-packages and the “Catalogue raisonné” (guidelines) became important tools. The "Catalogue raisonné" focuses on the values of RAPP Lab and describes how we came to our research results.

Lab 1 functioned as a first impulse for the “Catalogue raisonné”. This Lab made visible how we came to the reflective settings, we approved in the Lab and how these tested settings taught us, what critical reflection needs to grow or better: what artists need to critically reflect on/with and through their practice.

Each RAPP Lab is testing in small, what we want to develop in big. It is about testing/exploring modes/models of reflection in each Lab, which we want to use for a conceptualization of the whole RAPP Lab’s idea of “reflection”. We might think about this relation as a “Pars pro toto”: each Lab tests and explores as an exemplum of the models we want to create and disseminate within the whole project.

Therefore, the “Catalogue raisonné” is a work-in-progress.