Art can tell.
Art can unmask.
Art can strengthen.
And art can move.
In this sense, Natalia Ohar, born in 1981 in the Ukraine, is working on a large-scale multimedia project.
Moving images, animations, illustrations, music, language, graphics, calligraphy, and typography. All of these elements visualize an impressive story about the story through the means of art. The fabulous and playful external form is a strong contrast to its serious theme: This project tells the story of a young woman’s resistance to the corrupt Ukrainian state and is a sign of hope in these fleeting times of high-tech globalization. Resistance requires courage and perseverance. Just as the hope of a free, fair and strong Ukraine thrives, Natalia Ohars’ project is also growing.