The hardness of Maaike Kramer's art lies in the monumental visual language and choice of materials: concrete, canvas, metal, which are combined with sketchy materials: pencil drawings, paper, wood. This mixing creates constructions that, in addition to monumentality, also carry doubt and reflection. The works from the "Folly" series on display are large aluminum sculptures. The shapes are replicas of sketch material from her studio, enlarged one by one, shapes that have inspired other works. In this series, Kramer examines how time investment can add value. The results are 'trompe l'oeil'-like works. When you get closer you not only experience the monumentality, but you see the handwriting and the considerations in the making process.