At our core, we are all born with an innate sense of imagination. However, as we grow older, we often lose touch with this vital aspect of our being. We become more focused on practical matters, such as work and family, and we lose sight of the magic that surrounds us.

That’s why it’s important to make time for creativity and imagination. Whether it’s through painting, writing, or simply daydreaming, tapping into your imagination can help you see the world in a whole new light. It can help you solve problems, find new opportunities, and unleash your full potential.

"You can't use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have."
- Maya Angelou -

What we do.

We host audiovisual experiments. These can be jams or bigger events where we bring together multidisciplinary artists to create something new. The main focus is always interaction and co-creation. In this way spontaneity will develop, and it offers everyone in the audience an accessible way to join the  vibe.

We organize weekly salons, where creative minds can get together to get inspired, learn and talk about our next endeavours. 

We offer a network of creatives, galleries, museums and free minds. We are building a fundamental creative movement that offers not only events & gatherings, but also job opportunities. 

"Joining this creative collective was like adding rocket fuel to my artistic journey! I've met so many talented folks who inspire me daily, and I've even started experimenting with new mediums I never thought I'd try."
— Person—
"We support each other, collaborate on projects, and even refer each other for work. It's like having a creative family!"
— Person —
"I used to feel like a lone wolf howling into the creative void, but since joining this collective, I've found my pack. With a supportive network of fellow creatives, I'm howling with joy at all the new opportunities that have come my way."
— Person—

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Experiment CH1 #4 (reduced)