‘Wall Based Wall’ shows the work of four artists from the gallery who question the tradition of hanging or putting something down in an unorthodox way. Whereas in the past wall paintings were effective in a palace or church, nowadays you rarely find them. The same applies to a tapestry. Peggy Franck breathes new life into the gobelin, but opts for cheaply produced carpet instead of expensive woven yarns. Aukje Koks shows a pedestal that is slightly tilted. This way it can no longer serve as a support and it becomes an independent object through the paintings that are put on it. For Lucas Lenglet it is rather the unorthodox material that catches the eye. In the work "Beware of rudely crossing it", safety pins are mounted on the wall in a grid. It has a Zero-like appearance, while still having a sharp edge. The wall painting of Pim Blokker is entitled "Escape". An exit escapes itself, detaches itself from the wall and goes into the room dancing lightly.