Kiera Harmer is a multidisciplinary artist and musician who spotlights subjects that for many remain behind closed doors. Her work exhibits a jarring mixture of taboos, perverse curiosity, fetish, and satire. Visually striking and interactive, Kiera's art is a means of self and social critique.
“I preserved an undying curiosity of all the things I believed I was not allowed to look at.”
Kiera delves into the depths of the human psyche for inspiration. Her work is contextualised by extensive research before it is released into the public realm, launching the spectator into a world were art and ethics fuse together.
Kiera Harmer (b. 1999 in Cheltenham, UK) lives and works in Cheltenham. She received her Art Foundation Distinction diploma from Stroud College in 2019. Kiera curated her first group show ‘Farewell’ at Lynfield House, Cheltenham. She has participated in group shows for Cheltenham Open Studios.