Artist Studies Psychoanalysis And Visualize The States Of The Subconscious In Her Bizarre Sculptures

According to Polina Verbytska: “I have always been interested in how the human psyche is arranged. I was especially interested in psychoanalysis because I believe that the most important thing in our lives is not outside, but inside. Also, I feel that there are many things inside us that are difficult to describe in words. so I began to visualize my feelings in sculpture.

I use silicone because it looks like real flesh as well as hair. Eyes and teeth I make myself from plastic and try to give them the most realistic look.”

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