Cindy Moorman’s work is about the tension between belonging and separation, between merging and letting go. In her drawings, installations and performances, Moorman examines the relationship between an individual and the group. She collects ideas, images, sounds, objects and texts that she abstracts into schematic representations. This is her way of revealing the underlying structures of human processes. In order to make the essence visible and something that can be experienced, Moorman enlarges certain aspects of her work in performances. For instance, the drawings in this exhibition are related to the performance 'Tijdelijk Verdwijnen' ('to disappear temporarily'), which was performed at the opening. This involves a choir singing a chord for eight minutes, standing with their backs to the audience and locked in a group-hug. As a result, inclusion and exclusion, two basic mechanisms of groups and communities, are made palpable for the audience.