Hands hold an art@work picture of Fiona Könz.


The tension between art and work

A key part of our work as IT consultants and problem solvers is to invent new things and to constantly open up new sources of innovation. Contemporary art seeks to break down traditional perceptual relationships, often unleashing a view of the creative potential of the future. Every year, ti&m invites young Swiss artists to confront their art with the workplace reality of systems engineers, software developers, and digital designers. 
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We are looking for you as our new artist for art@work.

Do you have an idea how digitalization, innovation and art fit together? Then apply now for the 16th edition of art@work. With us you can show your works exclusively to a large audience at three locations in Zurich, Bern and Frankfurt am Main. The application conditions can be found below.

The art@work project was launched in 2006. Working together with artists, we explore new pathways and seek out forms that keep our thinking and feeling fluid. 


We expect art@work #15 to be another exciting project in the exhibition series in 2020.


In the last thirteen years with thirteen exciting art projects, more than 330 artworks have been sold. Many of the images and artistic works are on display at our three offices. 

Zwei Besucher der art@work Ausstellung bei ti&m.

art@work overcomes mental barriers and opens our – admittedly rather detail-oriented – engineers’ eyes to new ideas. art@work has been an adventure every year since 2006.

Martin Fabini - Executive Consultant ti&m

Applications for art@work #16

Once again in 2021, we are offering young artists the opportunity to conceive their own project, incorporating the themes of innovation, digitalization, and the individuality of our employees. Sound exciting?! We are seeking projects that develop the tension between art & work, and incorporate the people and spaces at ti&m. «We expect to see artists who are ready to hack our working space with their work and to infect us with their ideas,» says Thomas Wüst, CEO of ti&m AG.

A budget is available to develop the project, marketing campaigns will promote it, and there will be previews at three locations. ti&m will offer the works for sale to its employees and clients during the exhibition. Artists, preferably those without an agency or gallery, are invited to submit project ideas.

 Apply at  marketing@ti8m.ch


Check out the best snapshots from art@work.

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