With the growth of technology also the access that people have to it changes, and it changes the capabilities and the opportunities technology offers to artists. That is why it can be very interesting to reflect on technological artworks from the past and to adapt or translate such works using current means. This is the
Experiments in Art and Economics (EAE residency) is a Short-term Residency Program by In4Art and ZKM | Karlsruhe, where we want to stimulate collaborations between progressive artists and economic re-thinkers. Bringing agents of two seemingly remote fields together under one roof and labeling it an experiment is not unprecedented. Especially when a critical point arrives in history,
Did we launch our newest Art Driven Innovation startup called B-hind!? On a Friday night, more then 100 people gathered in front of the V2_ windows on the Eendrachtstraat in Rotterdam. Through the vitrine, one could see the presentation booth of B-hind and Dani Ploeger gave a one of a kind performance. “B‒hind offers a
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
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.
Together with Stedelijk Museum Schiedam and supported by Stichting Stokroos, we organize an in-depth event as part of the supporting program for the Volkskrant Beeldende Kunst Prijs. The focus is vision and ambition. We don’t have certainty about the future, but we can imagine it. And not only imagine, we can create a vision and