Tools for Making Sense Together has a transdisciplinary character. It might be useful for those guiding collective processes in which participants are exploring issues of common interest. In this sense, it might be used by educators, artists, social workers, therapists, trainers, and mediators to help them build their own formats. Moreover, those tools can be used by communities and collectives that are building a common project, such as a collective housing project, a social or cultural association or an activist movement.
The tools presented here will find resonance on those that acknowledge the potential of aesthetic means and body expression for thinking through complex issues. Although the practices presented here can be used to explore the most diverse topics, they might be the most suited to explore issues concerning the relationship between the subjective and the collective, in other words, the relationship between person(s) and group(s).