The exhibition brings together works by Umut Yasat, Flurin Bisig, and Habib Farajabadi – three highly divergent artists. Nevertheless, the artworks presented here share more than the fact that they are primarily abstract sculptures. They all have an aesthetic which invites the viewer to examine the surfaces and structural composition down to the smallest detail. Because the sculptures combine wood, metal, stone, paint, and repurposed objects, their materiality is not obscured. On the contrary, it is emphasized as a distinct characteristic that draws the viewer in. This accounts for the unusual presence they exert in the room in relation to the viewer, acting as a counterweight to her or his movements. Indeed, all in all, there is a strangely human aura to Yasat, Bisig, and Farajabadi’s sculptures that arises through their interaction with the viewer – and with each other.