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Who is the artist? Where is the art work? What is art? What is science? How is society changing? Why collecting org art? When is an artists a good artist? These questions marshal orgart to collect and share organizational art.

Of course, the concept of organizational art is not new. Per se, the process of creating art is organizational. There is no art without the artist, art collectors, art works, exhibitions, etc. So, why introducing the term "organizational art"?

Nowadays, innovation in art does have one common characteristic, it's organizational. Art selection instead of art creation becomes more critical. Artist become organizations; examples are and Gelitin! Scientists become artist; isn't Craig Venter an artist? Art works are embedded in systems; i.e. or! Science works become art works; Craig Venter's synthetic bacteria or bacterial genome might be an art work! Art collections are disperse; aren't or art collections?

There are many arguments and questions legitimating the term "organizational art".

The orgart collection was funded with the aim to support, distribute and collect organizational art, in order to be part of this interesting movement in contemporary art.

Its positions reflect the understanding of organizational art and shapes the term itself. orgart offers art collectors to participate in and supports artists in creating organizational art. Outstanding organizational art is traded and assembled in the orgart collection.

This is a selection of art works assembled in the orgart collection:

Organizational Art