André Kruysen and Leslie Nagel relate to one each other as master and pupil. Kruysen taught Nagel at the KABK. Since then Nagel developed her own ‘sculpt language’. Although both are intuitive sculptors, they do have different approaches to their art. Kruysen takes his surrounding environment inside of him and through contemplation he creates sculptures that exude a certain stillness. Nagel on the other hand turns her head inside out by creating moving sculptures that reflect the fluidity of her thoughts. Our third artist Alexandra Roozen has an academic approach to her work. Her work comes together through thorough and meticulous research. What all artists have in common is that they are ‘makers’: the works derive from a conceptual manner, but the actual presented works all have a physical and tangible appearance in space. For our booth Kruysen will make a large in-situ sculpture and will bring some of his smaller works; Nagel will show some of her moving sculptures. Roozen will complete the booth with some of her large drawings. Although she works in formal grids, her drawings do possess layers and fluctuation, and represent both stillness and movement.