bandwidth horizons is a form of interaction that integrates the spectator into the creative work. This format is especially suitable to give impulses for innovation processes.


The artists collaborate with all the participants and create a randomly long strip of paper. Any possible method is used: painting, sketching, collage, photography.


A specific topic could be chosen as a springboard for creativity. Single creative ideas from each of the participants are woven together, forming a community artwork.


The paper strip in its entire length is then put on the walls at eye-level on the presentation room walls. This paper strip can continue throughout all the possible presentation rooms.


The spectators are invited to find a specific piece of art along the paper strip. This sought-out artwork is then cut from the strip, framed, and signed. Thorough their visual choice, the spectator co-creates this unique piece of art.