Find: Gregory Euclide
In his past Gregory Euclide painted two-dimensional landscapes only. But he got bored of it soon: Couldn’t you make more of that? he thought. And started working three-dimensional by adding moss, paper, paint and figurines to his work.
The organic material proceeds taking its own way within the work, which adds a special charme to the mini-landscapes. Some of his sculptures were gardens rather than artworks, he recently explained in an interview. In order they do not change their appearance too much, they had to be taken care of and watered regularly. That is quite unique – since when do you have to take over responsibility for the wellbeing of an artwork?