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Mittwoch, 15. Juni 2016, 19 Uhr /   Jacco van Uden: What Makes Art Work So Appealing?


Jacco van Uden

Mittwoch, 15. Juni 2016, 19 Uhr

Jacco van Uden: What Makes Art Work So Appealing?

In seinem Vortrag stellt der Niederländer Jacco von Uden (geb 1972) ein aktuelles Forschungsprojekt vor, dass sich den unterschiedlichen Verbindungen zwischen künstlerischer Selbstorganisation und Change-Management-Theorien widmet. Ein Vortrag, der sich nicht nur gezielt an Manager und solche, die es werden könnten, richtet.

Vortrag und Diskussion in englischer Sprache!

Anlässlich der Veranstaltung SONDERÖFFNUNG der Ausstellung "Vom Wert der Kunst als Wert der Arbeit" von 17.00 - 19.00 Uhr.

Veranstaltungsort: Gästezimmer im WELTKUNSTZIMMER, Ronsdorfer Str. 77a

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Wednesday, 15 June 2016, 7 pm

Jacco van Uden: What Makes Art Work So Appealing?

In his presentation, Jacco will talk about his Making Art Work research project. Within this project, different ways of connecting the worlds of art and management/organization are explored. Are management and art fundamentally different practices? Or can we arrive at ‘artistically-informed management practices’? And should we? What is at stake here?

Jacco van Uden (1972) has a background in Organisation Studies (Erasmus University Rotterdam, NL) and was as a Management Consultant for a number of years after which he moved into the field of Futures studies. Jacco has been with The Hague University of Applied Sciences since 2012, where he is now head of the Change management research group (‘lector’). The research group (‘lectoraat’) focuses not only on the Management of Change but also on the question of how management itself can be changed. It does so by rethinking topics that normally receive little attention in mainstream management literature, such as ambiguity, space, gossip or hesitance. In addition, the research group seeks to draws from sources that – at first sight – have little to do with management or organization.

The presentation and discussion will be held in English!

Before the presentation the exhibition will be open from 5 pm to 7 pm.

Location: Guest studios at WELTKUNSTZIMMER, Ronsdorfer Str. 77a