Crafting new perspectives Munich (D)
COMING UP – EXHIBITION: CRAFTING NEW PERSPECTIVES presents eight award winning artists, whose individual methods and exceptional approaches trigger new thinking and make fundamental principles of innovation tangible. Artists: Michal Fargo, Stewart Hearn, Emmanuel Heringer, Susanne Holzinger, Cecil Kemperink, Richard McVetis, Laurenz Stockner, Peter Vogel. The exhibition will be part of the ‚Innovationhub – Servus Zukunft‘ during Munich Creative Business Week, and will be hosted by GMUND Paper.
Curated by Culturesphere
15 and 16 March 2019
Culturesphere presents Art, Craft & Design
in the context of corporate innovation and
and explores potential learning opportunities from creative processes and approaches of innovative artists, designers and makers.
Creative thinking, hence the skill to generate ideas and to solve complex problems, is
generally accepted as a fundamental driver for innovation. In this regard, research shows that creativity is directly influenced by work environments. Besides practical and functional
attributes of workplaces, particularly aesthetic and sensory factors, as well as symbolic
qualities play an important role here.
Creativity requires inspirational and emotional
frameworks, which foster motivation and openness for change, and facilitate the
development of a creative attitude. In particular
the engagement with contemporary craft, its experimental approach, its deeply humanistic
values, and its focus on handcrafted quality
and sustainability offers here a unique propostion - especially in times of anonymisation and standardisation caused by digital change and mass consumption.
CRAFTING NEW PERSPECTIVES – an exhibition curated by Culturesphere – presents eight
renowned artists, whose individual methods and exceptional approaches trigger new thinking and make fundamental principles
of innovation tangible:
– Radical reframing
– Change of perspective
– Pushing the boundaries
– Openness and curiosity