Bartiméus is committed to people with visual impairments and a new strategic course has been set out together with Adviesbureau Thaesis. We are instructed to provide the team working on this with input by answering questions such as: To what extent are the employees involved in the new course? What are their concerns? What is their vision on the future of the organization?
At our request, the artists Kyra Sacks, Eefje Suijkerbuijk and Nina Boas went on research. They immersed themselves in the organization and searched for the feelings that lived among employees. They shared their findings in a special way with the team: via three hearing games. Hearing games in which members of the management played an important role and in which the opinion of the employees clearly emerged. In addition, the artists, together with the employees, developed radio fragments to announce the new course and they devised a new slogan to support the course: Luisterrijk en opzienbarend (which is really hard to translate because they are new combined Dutch words meaning Rich in listening and striking in seeing).