The way these figures are rendered is very similar to another artist; unfortunately–for the life of me, I can’t recall whom.
Thus, I am going to describe this as what you’d get if you told an intern from the art department of a Tim Burton movie to draw Maleficent fucking Capt. Jack Sparrow except draw them in the style of Aeon Flux.
The backdrop is what you’d get if Mark Rothko challenged the Bauhaus painters to a jousting competition.
There’s even a touch of that thing they do in hentai where they show sexual penetration as if they camera were inside whatever orifice is being penetrated.
Each distinct element is–in and of itself–unappearling; yet, combined… they form something a good deal more than the sum of the parts.
In fact, this painting stands out from the rest of her work: it’s more accessible but less resolved. (Honestly, to me here style is particularly well suited to the way I visual things when I read Camus, Moravia or Ferrante.