Artists build an atelier in the middle of a company and begin to work there.
A parallel world is created. People in and outside the atelier observe each other. Through this new awareness, the artists and employees try to understand the activities of the “other”. This is the first phase of the In-Company Atelier.
The second phase is an exchange between artists and company employees. They move closer to a better understanding of each other. They enter each other's working worlds and explore the different ways of doing and thinking.
The third phase allows for further collaboration. Rooms are re-designed and reorganized, perspectives changed, and alignment checked.
Whereby the outcomes can not be exactly predicted...............