Designer"The story is always leading."
Founding partner"With artists you don't get a report, but an experience."
Artist"In essence, my work is about the delicate dynamics of power and powerlessness."
Artist, serial ideator
Artist"I make drawings about things in and around us that you normally can not see."
Professor Change Management"To relive the familiar again, let the silence speak again."
Founding partner"In essence, our work is about making visible what is not seen."
Artist"In essence, my work is about connecting, the arbitrariness and poetry of human actions."
Artist"How the worlds of image and movement come together in time."
Artist"In essence, my work is about spaces as carriers of stories and history."
Associate Partner, theater director"If you want to know me, then you must know my story, for my story defines who I am. " Dan Mc Adams
Value driven leadership"I enjoy it when I see people open up, when they show their qualities and talents, their strength, but also their vulnerability."
in my work, i investigate what it takes to have an encouter and to establish a relationship. a relationship where vulnerability and empathy can unfold, where the personal is experienced as political, and where norms and power relations around this relationship are acknowledged and investigated.
Artist"What if, if I take your place? Can I feel what you feel?"
Theater maker"I move people, emotionally, mentally and physically. I am a fire starter!"
"we have an inexhaustible fascination with how people struggle with themselves and the situation they are in. our theater work is inspired by current, poignant stories from society, on their beauty and their pain.
in the assignments for art partner we experienced the enormous power of 'imagining'. at kpmg we gave a theatrical lecture at the foundation of their women's network. before that, we had interviewed 100 men and women. we caught on what was said between the lines, we asked, challenged. on the one hand, women were annoyed at how tough the corporate culture was with regard to women, but on the other hand, it was perfectly normal to think that a woman who works part-time is laughed at: 'yes, we just do that here'. we showed this contradiction in the interactive performance. if we had 'just' told them this ', the message would not have stuck. but it stuck in the concentrated context of the theatrical reading."with anne gehring and vera ketelaars (together gehring & ketelaars) we worked a.o. together with: kpmg and the hague university of applied sciences. www.gehringenketelaars.nl