Relationships are central to this form of artistic work. In participatory art, we speak of relational aesthetics. It deals with ‘the processes of love’. Elements of these aesthetics are part of our everyday lives, while at the same time being components of an unusual – because ultimately invisible – sculpture. Beuys called this approach ‘invisible sculpture’: formations that initially occur in the invisible relational space before materialising and becoming concrete. No one can ever see them as a whole.