Portrait art to get to know one another and develop a collective dynamic
A participatory approach to portrait art to instil curiosity and change the way people view one another in companies and territories.
This approach makes it easier to talk to one another and get involved, be it through exhibitions, public readings or workshops.
It is a mediation to bring individuals together in a collective project which values each contributor. Displayed in series, the portraits are a powerful act of recognition. Both singular and collective, they uncover what makes individuals unique as well as what connects us to one another. The gazes and the stories and their universal echoes all provide new conversation starters.
Enhance demeaned or unknown jobs, give a fresh global vision of the chain of actors on a
Strengthen bonds, motivate people and bring them together around shared core values
Support change (relocation, reorganization, integration of new processes or new co-workers /
When displayed and shared, the portraits change the way we view our neighbours or co-workers. They humanize relations, highlighting people and their uniqueness behind their official position. They prompt new conversations and allow to create new bonds.
Whether they are organized within the company or aimed at the general public, the exhibitions are a way to communicate differently about people, their jobs and core values.
The exhibitions can be enriched by public readings which give even more life to the portraits displayed.
Those shared moments strengthen people’s sense of belonging to a group whether they live in the same district or work in the same organization.
The workshops, as part of a training program, allow to experience how fruitful collective intelligence can be.
Through the attention and active listening tools and techniques that characterize our approach, the participants express their creativity and learn together how to reveal who they are to themselves and to the others.
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Sketches drawn on a digital pad and testimonies without pathos which engage people’s intelligence.”
The idea is also to make those who go unnoticed visible, to meet those we pass by everyday without really looking at them. »
Christine Boulanger / Le Parisien
Portrait of the founder