The title translates roughly as: We all here belong to the community.
It is the second mural of it‘s kind departing from the same series which started in 2014 and you can compare how the series developed since.
An art workshop with the local youth center took place in advance, where the youngsters made collages and were also invited to take portrait photos of each other which were then incorporated into the sketch. The idea is, that together, these individual elements form a collective face of the neighborhood, which creates a sense of belonging and maybe even pride in the diversity of the area.
In this mural, Various & Gould’s typical signature of halftone dots steps into focus through the new aspect of distortion.