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After seeing his work on a website detailing some of 2014's up-and-coming artists and trying to decipher his extremely unhelpful website, I settled on some of the images of his work that I could gather on Google.
Gregor is a German artist working out of Berlin from what I can gather, but considering his Internet footprint is minimal, he could be anywhere by now O_O
just kidding, don't be scared I'm sure he's a lovely person
I'm a big fan of his extensive use of a strict black & white color scheme. Another thing that draws me to him is his diversity of work. He has photorealistic mosaics, non-objective paintings, and other art pieces using multiple mediums at once.
I unfortunately had to miss the actual lecture, but I've spent a good amount of time exploring George's website, and I really enjoy the kind of artwork that she creates. I love how some of it is through more traditional media like drawings, but the majority of her work is interactive, and she gets a lot of other people involved with her. Some of her work seems to me to be an experiment into social tendencies and how people interact, but I think what's great about her is that she looks for ways to bring happiness and joy to strangers.