Culturesphere fosters innovation capacities in organisations with a focus on enhancing intangible core competencies and activating creative potentials in a New Work context.

Why is this important for companies?

Globalization and digital transformation force companies to innovate and to change. Both attracting and retaining talent has become a priority. Creative thinking, communication, organsational learning and employees' wellbeing have become key success factors.

How can these factors be nurtured?

Creativity and wellbeing are directly influenced by atmospheres and environments. In order to thrive, they require specific inspirational and emotional frameworks. The engagement with art, craft and design culture offers here a unique proposition, in particular in times of ever-growing anonymisation and standardisation.

Culturesphere positions art, craft and design culture – its inherent innovation competencies, its powerful symbolic values and its unique sensory qualities – within corporate frameworks to offer novel insights, to grow meaningful environments, to enrich creative atmospheres, to cultivate new thinking and to enable people to flourish.

NEWS
Culturesphere - Crafting New Perspectives - Ingrid Ruegemer, Oliver Szasz, Gmund Paper, Michal Fargo, Stewart Hearn, Emmanuel Heringer, Susanne Holzinger, Cecil Kemperink, Richard McVetis, Laurenz Stockner, Peter Vogel

COMING UP – EXHIBITION: CRAFTING NEW PERSPECTIVES presents eight award winning artists, whose individual methods and exceptional approaches trigger new thinking and make fundamental principles of innovation tangible. Artists: Michal Fargo, Stewart Hearn, Emmanuel Heringer, Susanne Holzinger, Cecil Kemperink, Richard McVetis, Laurenz Stockner, Peter Vogel. The exhibition will be part of the ‚Innovationhub – Servus Zukunft‘ during Munich Creative Business Week, and will be hosted by GMUND Paper.

Culturesphere - Panel Talk at Gmund Paper, Oliver Szasz, John Wai Lam, Steelcase, Reinhold Ludiwg, Art Aurea

COMING UP – Panel Talk: Culturespere hosts the panel talk „Kreativität – Kernkompetenz in Zeiten des digitalen Wandels fördern“ (The talk will be held in German). Renowned speakers from the corporate sector, journalism, science and art will discuss the topic creativity in times of digital change. Guest Speakers: John Wai Lam, Global Client Collaboration, Steelcase – Reinhold Ludwig, Editor-in-Chief and Publisher, Art Aurea – Prof. Werner Kroener, Creativity Researcher and Artist – Bernd Thiedmann, Coach and Director, Mensch und Veränderung.  The panel talk will be part of the ‚Innovationhub – Servus Zukunft‘ during Munich Creative Business Week, and will be hosted by GMUND Paper.

Gmund Paper, Ingrid Ruegemer, Oliver Szasz, Culturesphere, Art, Craft, Material Culture

COMING UP – Interactive Installation: Culturespere makes the MCBW claim „Design connects“ tangible in form of the interactive installation „Co-Creation – Zukunft gemeinsam gestalten“. The installation invites to create a collaborative artefact that unites the diversity of thoughts, ideas and visions into one physical symbol for future developmets in the region Oberland.  The installation is supported by GMUND Paper and will take place at the innovation event „Servus Zukunft“.

Gmund Paper, Ingrid Ruegemer, Oliver Szasz, Culturesphere, Art, Craft, Material Culture

COMING UP – Multisensory Paper Installation: The installation „Tradtion & Innovation“ will allow visitors to experience both the traditional craft of paper making and the innvative world of Gmund Paper with all their senses.  The installation is supported by GMUND Paper and will take place at the innovation event „Servus Zukunft“.

OUR VISION

We support companies in their aim to provide unique, authentic and stimulating environments that reflect a culture of openness and creativity. We help to put their spirit, their vision and their passion on display. In detail we focus on…

…bringing unique material culture to the workplace in times of digital change.

…connecting people, developing relationships, enhancing brand experience.

…inviting artists, thinkers and visionaries to engage in meaningful conversations.

…fostering a culture of experimentation and a creative attitude.

…providing sensory experiences to spark inspiration.

OUR SERVICES

Culturesphere supports companies with a unique set of services… to foster innovation capacities… to nurture intangible core competencies… to offer novel insights… to grow meaningful environments… to enhance brand experiences… to attract and retain talent… to enrich creative atmospheres… to cultivate new thinking… to enable people to flourish… and to make visions become tangible:

EXHIBITIONS
Culturesphere provides custom-tailored art, craft and design exhibitions and bespoke installations for the corporate sector.

EVENTS AND TALKS
Culturesphere creates opportunities for dialogue, exchange and cross-fertilization with outstanding practitioners and thinkers.

COLLABORATIONS
Culturesphere initiates global collaboration projects between corporate partners and award-winning artists and designers.

CONSULTANCY
Culturesphere offers a unique consultancy service that combines art, craft & design culture with design & brand strategy.

TEAM

TWO PERSPECTIVES – ONE MISSION:

We are a multidisciplinary team with diverse backgrounds and expert knowledge, which enables us to bring fresh perspectives and a unique package of services to the table. We joined forces out of a shared passion for material and non-material culture. Together with an international network of collaborators we follow one mission: Positioning contemporary art, craft and design culture within corporate frameworks to enrich and foster creative and strategic thinking.

Ingrid Ruegemer, Co-Founder & Artistic Director, Culturesphere
Ingrid Rügemer
Co-Founder / Artistic Director

Ingrid’s experience roots in the practical and intellectual engagement with material culture, design strategy and brand building. Additionally to her bachelor degree in communication design she holds a master’s degree in Ceramic Design from the renowned Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design London, and has established herself as an internationally recognised ceramic artist. Her objects and designs are about perceptual awareness as well as the sensory aspects of emotions and man-object relations, the striving for wellbeing, a sense of belonging and mindfulness. Combining her substantial experience in developing brands and design strategies with her expertise in craft-oriented design and her well established global network of fellow artists make her the ideal Artistic Director for Culturesphere, a company that strives to connect the creative power of art with the corporate world.

Oliver Szasz, Co-Founder & Innovation Director, Cultursphere
Prof. Oliver Szasz
Co-Founder / Innovation Director

Oliver has a background in communication design, design thinking and design management, and received a master’s degree in design studies from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design London. He holds a professorship in media and communication design at Macromedia University and is responsible for the international design master program at campus Munich. Prior to his teaching position he successfully ran a multidisciplinary design studio in London for over ten years. His research and project work for major international companies is concerned with creativity studies, human-centred innovation, design thinking and sustainability. He initiated and organized numerous internationally acknowledged conferences, design events and workshops about design as an innovation discipline. With a unique combination of theoretical expertise, practical experience, and a holistic view on design and innovation, he is considered a highly esteemed asset to the Culturesphere team.

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