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Seraphin Hedges Jarboe (born Louisville, Kentucky) is a NYC based interdisciplinary artist.

Utilizing skin as language and body as archive, her practice exposes the unspoken female experience, often focusing on the evidence and lasting effects of violence perpetrated on the female body.


Both inviting and disrupting the objectification of the feminine form, her work investigates the tension created by the skins threshold to allow or deny access, while navigating the irreconcilable dualities in the relationships between violence and intimacy; beauty and ruin.

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