We are delighted to share that our Art Driven Innovation Urban Peels, the continuation of the pilot project Spicy Case, is nominated for the ‘I WILL Award’ of the RSM Erasmus University. The I WILL Award is a competition for the best idea, challenge, or project with a strategic plan that can be put into action brought forward by someone
As an outcome of the research and projects In4Art conducted the last years, we released a whitepaper, where we share our learnings and insights on Art Driven Innovation. Innovation can be better when insights from art are used. In this whitepaper, we describe how we define innovation, and better innovation, namely, new products and services
We are proud to announce that we recevied one of the awards within the call ‘Je Data de Baas’ of the SIDN Fonds. The SIDN Fund stands for ‘a strong internet for all’. They provide financial support to ideas and projects that aim to make the internet stronger or that use the internet in innovative
Art Rotterdam is an interesting art fair to discover talent and get an overview of the contemporary art market. For many years, In4Art has been visiting this fair to enrich the collection and get inspired. However, as In4Art, we don’t only collects art that is pushing the boundaries of technological or material research, but also
We are proud to announce that, for the third year, we organize together with Stedelijk Museum Schiedam on March 20th, 2020 the smARTdates event to boost the career opportunities of artists. The event is part of the in-depth program supporting the Volkskrant Beeldende Kunst Prijs and is made possible by stichting Stokroos. Are you an artist
As part of his research fellowship at the V2_Lab, art historian Andreas Broeckmann has been organising a series of interdisciplinary seminars about new types of im-materials as they begin to surround us today. Our co-founder, Lija Groenewoud- van Vliet, was invited to participate is in this trajectory and proposed a perspective on “new im-materials” where
On the occasion of the Witteveen+Bos Art+Technology Award 2019, which has been awarded to Evelina Domnitch and Dmitry Gelfand, In4Art wrote an essay to accompany a book on their work. It was with great interest and pleasure that we analysed the work of this intriguing artists duo – that made their career of making the
Spicy Case is an Art Driven Innovation Pilot Project. For a long-time spices have played a big role in kitchens, cultures, trades, politics and even wars. Intended as additions to dishes to improve the flavour or sent, kitchens, both at home as professionally, are often equipped with many bottles, pots or jars full of spices.