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Gagala is a story about a lot of junk, a little bit of freedom, big dreams and even bigger battles.
What's the purpose of borders and how do they evolve? - that is the fundamental question of this workpiece. I used the fable as a means of
creating a parallel world opposite reality and placed the problems of the real world in it.
An ideal world of love and peace, that when you take a closer look is full of perfidies.
The tale is composed of 18 large line drawings. The composition and the lack of perspective mean to create a complexity beyond clarity, aiming to achieve the image of a world with no hierarchy.
prof. valentin wormbs