by Agape Charmani
Gregor Gaida is a Polish artist based in Germany, known for his bizarre figures. Gaida’s narration is about a world where ugliness is often confused for beauty and beauty is seen through the ugliness’ entirety.
The relationship between his themes and his material result to a provocative, criticizing and humorous work that comments on important issues, from humanity’s purpose of existence to our relationship with nature. Tumbling between attraction and repulsion, Gaida’s work is based on the shock factor and the impression it leaves with the viewer.