In her paintings, Inna investigates the transformation of the authentic imagery through colour and versatile composition. The artist endeavours to find the deep-laid Ukrainian cultural code through the prism of her individual feelings in order to identify, what place Ukrainian modern art occupies on the global art arena. Inna Kharchuk deals with such issues as self-identification in society, personal and collective memory, experiences, reflections. She researches ‘ancestry’ and ‘family’, i.e. essential issues in the context of the events happening in the country, which, in their turn, characterise the series of works created by the artist.
The figurative abstraction of the painter combines the elements of realism with pure spectrum colours, which beneficially fuse together via artistic experiments. In the aforementioned context these artistic elements become the reminiscence of Ukrainian culture in the artwork. While creating the artwork the painter uses archive photographs in order to fully investigate not only female, unique, historical Ukrainian costume, but also the context of the situation when the particular picture was taken.