Innerfields in Kiev

The Berlin-based art collective Innerfields were recently in Kiev, adding more colors and vibrance to the city with their latest mural entitled “Present”, curated by Geo Leros and Iryna Kanishcheva for the wonderful art project ArtUnitedUs.

innerfields-in-kiev-2About the Mural
The mural speaks about that balance between presence and absence of someone. It‘s telling a story about being close and missing something, dealing as well with desire and interpersonal relations. The arrow symbolises both love and pain, because it has the potential to hurt us, and well, to be honest, both do. The arrow has also the power to give and take, it symbolizes destiny. But as explained by the artists, it is important for them that it is the viewer that gives the piece meaning based on their own cultural baggage.

About the Artists
Innerfields is an art collective based in Berlin (Germany) and consists of Holger Weißflog geb. Stumpf, Jakob Bardou and Veit Tempich. They began their adventure 1o years ago and never looked back since. They use diverse media and styles, ranging from spray can to gold leaf, from realism to abstract design and from interior walls to huge exterior murals.  Their work can be seen in germany, parts of Europe and now in Ukraine.



About the Project
ArtUnitedUs is an international project that collaborates through artistic and creative mediums with communities to raise public awareness and attention to the problem of war, aggression and violence. The project started in Kiev, Ukraine in the beginning of the year, is planning to complete 200 walls during the next 2 years through out the world and without boundaries.


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