For the first time Grass is Greener gallery is showing works by Kathrin Thiele from the DIS series, as well as brand new works in which the boundary between abstraction and figuration is blurring even more. Somewhere in the organic realm, but only half terrestrial, the motifs evoke chains of ideas that run into vagueness. What remains vaguely in the works by Kathrin Thiele becomes concrete in the works by Martin Paul Müller. Astronauts, the north face of the Eiger or a runner's chest stretching towards the finish line belong to his cosmos of themes. Martin Paul Müller captures the moment of reaching something, in strong purple and white contrasts, whereby the color emphasizes the emotionality of the experience.