Kira Scerbin

Kira Scerbin’s artworks are meditations on having a body and existing in a physical world that is built upon perverse and primal urges. The artist’s paintings beguile the viewer into spaces that are at once uneasy and obscure. Scerbin’s humanoids reveal the anxiety and malaise of having a physical body by representing figures that appear mischievous and peculiar. These creatures, with their disquieting glares and unearthly presence, relate Scerbin’s interest in the perspicacity of strangeness.