The three artists Dieter Balzer, Jürgen Paas and Willi Siber have a lot in common. They all work with abstraction. They all use industrially manufactured materials like PVC band, MDF sheets, steel forms, custom-made plastic films and powder coatings, which they employ in an unintended but perfectly crafted manner. Unconcerned with any functionality, they experiment with the materials’ specific qualities and focus on aesthetic components. In this process of enhancing their media’s value, all three artists deal with color in a lavishly prodigal manner. Nevertheless, their explorations of the interaction between color, form, surface and light lead them to very different results – ranging from intellectual dialogue to overwhelming emotion. Along the way, they make a valuable contribution to the current discourse on boundless sculpture.