The works on paper by Reykjavik artist Sigga Bjorg Sigurdardottir are mysterious depictions of headless creatures relating to other fluffy, yet angular, beings of unknown origin. Are these embodiments of Icelandic trolls, elves and spirits? They wear long socks, sweaters, tutus and boas, or very little at all. The interactions between Sigurdardottir’s characters seem sometimes violent, other times loving, often times involving the outpouring of liquid. Water, blood, emotion itself?
Artist: Sigga Bjorg Sigrdardottir
Slurpophobia runs through January 6 at the Galerie Adler in Frankfurt.