What will humanity do when many workers are being replaced by robots in the future? One of the driving forces will be art. Art not just as the creation of beautiful images or sculptures, but as a power anchored in people unfolding into creativity. Here I want to contribute with my part and encourage people to become active themselves, shaping the future – Either in form of a picture, a sculpture or an idea ☺


Feedbacks and inputs are welcomed.


When many people are thinking along, bigger things can evolve. With this motto a versatile offer is striven for, for a most inspiring experience.


in means of understanding and trust.


Jane Harris

Jane completed her Swiss Matura in 2012 in the advanced placement track. She has worked in a variety of customer-facing roles, enabling her to learn a lot about human behavior. Furthermore, she has a solid computer background.

Jane has training in art, art history, psychology and computer science and applies these skills in her daily work. In her free time she has a passion for painting.

During her recent work in two galleries, Jane became aware of the significant number of existing artists, many of which do not have broad public recognition / accessibility. She realized: She wants to make a difference in the art world and make art more accessible. In June 2018 the project Kunsthop started.

Foto: Henry Truelove

2/1/19 - 2/29/20
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Zwicky Areal, Neugut

With the physical appereance direct inputs could be received and modifications to the concept taken.

What is art?

Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.

Edgar Degas

Art does not exist only to entertain — but also to challenge one to think, to provoke, even to disturb, in a constant search for the truth.

Barbara Streisand

Every human being is the carrier of abilities, a self-determining being, the sovereign per se in our time. He is an artist, whether as a garbage collector, a nurse, a doctor, an engineer or a farmer. Where he unfolds his abilities, he is an artist.

P. Brügge