Stump 1-9
42 x 59 cm, Ink and gouache on paper, 2020



Gregor’s drawings are visual translations that show us a dialogue between his childhood and the process of construction/deconstruction these landscapes are going through as industrialized natural spaces. The forests are perceived both as natural and personal spaces and carry with them multiple layers of memories, narratives and connections.


In an increasingly globalized world, we are now even more aware of how connected and interdependent we all are and how it is impossible to distinguish humanity from nature. In this forced deacceleration of time, we are able to reflect and transform – through togetherness, collaboration, empathy, research, dialogue, creativity – the way the spaces are inhabited.