Five Dutch artists, although not unknown to the world, have found their paradise in Leipzig. Leipzig does not attract masses of people, developers or market driven companies, but to some this city offers just something that their hometowns do not: space and opportunities. Pim Palsgraaf, Daan Botlek, Ties Ten Bosch, Bram Braam and Willem Besselink need space to produce their works of art. They need to get triggered by their surroundings, and this works best when these surroundings are totally different than the ones they are use to. This year they are working on their third edition of 'If paradise is half as nice' and again they found a perfect location to work on this exciting project. While using this old factory as their temporary studio, they are working towards a final presentation in the form of a group show, that will open in the factory on the 4th of september. New this year will be our collaboration with Pi Lab where we will host events on the 5th and the 6th of september. More information about this will follow.