In his series ‘Godmachine’, Cecelja returns to ink pen drawing. This technique allows him to depict worlds within the existing restraints of the visible with an astonishing accuracy. The basis of a drawing can be a map of whale-species, animals such as gorillas or a donkeys, an Ensor-like parade, or a Kafkaesque courthouse. These ‘frames’ contain all sorts of inhabitants, born from the greediness of a child-like creativity. Visually some scenes will remind us of Surrealism, James Ensor, or Hieronymus Bosch, but thematically they are derived from the personal observations of Cecelja.