Questions was born in 2009 out of the necessity to find new ways to dialogue, which will enable each speaker to continuasly reformulate ideas, theories and concepts while advancing towards understanding/misunderstanding, poetics, or all at once.

The basis of the technique behind the practice is a number of simple rules implemented by the participants:

The discussion is held only by asking questions, each participant can ask as many questions as wanted and there is no predetermined order of speakers.
Each question needs to relate to the question or questions before it
Each question has to be directed to all participants and not to a specific person
Each participant can repeat a question that was asked earlier in the discussion
Each participant can ask for a 30 seconds of silence at any point
There should be a predetermined duration for the session, there is no better closing question then the one that was just asked
The first question will set an initial frame for the discourse, and can be adjusted to be relevant to the situation- normally the person introducing the practice will also introduce the first question.

By restricting the form of communication to using only questions, the practice offers the experience of communicating without making statements. The benefits of committing to such a rigid form, forces one to construct different patterns and connections of thought, which do not stand behind preset statements or ideologies. The form prevents the discussion from being in a fashion that resembles rhetorical speech, lecturing, or any sort of institutional methods, which are reliant on the possession of knowledge. The form develops wild links and relations between terms that are independent from any prejudgment. Detached from opinion related values the speaker becomes anonymous; this creates a certain separation between the speakers and what is spoken about which is truly a magical experience. The participants of _Questions_ become a temporary group that directs the logic of the discourse together. The direction cannot be determined by the singular body or a singular question but by what happens in between them during the time of the practice. We use _Questions_ to exhaust the idea of "common understanding" of words that are regularly and fashionably used in different contexts. By employing words again and again within different questions, words themselves gain a surplus of interpretations, shifting the importance of definitions away from meaning and towards the potential of meaning.