Open Labs

An OpenLab is, as its name suggests, an Open Laboratory in which a project being made or conducted by a company is contrasted with its target audience.


Conexiones improbables conducts two types of OpenLabs:

  • The first is held during a Long-term connections co-creation process at the halfway point of the project. In this case, the company indicates to whom the OpenLab is directed, while the artist designs it, and it usually takes place in a cultural centre.
  • The second type of OpenLab is used as a tool to test the research being conducted by an organisation. Valuable input is generated in both cases.


The OpenLab audiences are those defined by the company for the improbable project: internal (employees, usual collaborators) or external (users, suppliers, distributors, other companies). 


OpenLabs are primarily aimed at large companies and SMEs, but are also undertaken with NGOs, foundations, educational centres, health centres and other social organisations.



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