Piet Mondriaan, “Tableau III: Composition in oval’, 1914 en “Tableau No. 3: Composition in Oval”, 1913. Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.
Counsel Creativity & Leadership
Research Master Human Behaviour in Social Contexts at the University of Groningen
Ph.D. in Human Resource Management & Organisational Behaviour at the University of Groningen
AimAtArt succeeds at translating unique practice related questions into clear-cut workshops, in which, besides knowledge, participants also directly receive a new useful skillset. I find the approach AimAtArt takes towards this very refreshing. As a researcher in the field of innovation and leadership, I contribute to the development of the workshops of AimAtArt with my knowledge of (recent) scientific developments.
I have opted for these art pieces because they show the development in style by the artist. The artist did not immediately have the linear style with stripes and facets, which made him famous. This insight into how his work eventually developed, and the tedious process which underlies it, is something I recognize from science. The end result is often a long process of revision, reconstruction, and rewriting.