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DENIECE IN ENGLISH
Deniece Sami Juliana Clermonts describes herself as a creative explosion.
Creating, for her, is a necessary passion. She never goes anywhere without a sketchbook and pen.
The drawings that she calls “scribbles” are a translation of what is happening inside her and are often inspired by the human body and the psyche.
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Deniece Sami Juliana Clermonts omschrijft zichzelf als een creatieve explosie.
Het moet er gewoon uit. Creëren is voor haar een noodzakelijke passie. Ze gaat de deur niet uit zonder haar schetsboekje en pen.
Haar manier van tekenen heeft ze zelf “scribbelen” genoemd wat zoiets betekent als kriebelen. Ze ontstaan dan ook meestal vanzelf terwijl ze aan het kriebelen is. Meestal geven ze weer wat in haar omgaat en de link met haar fascinatie voor het menselijk lichaam en de psyche is dan ook haarfijn terug te zien in haar werk.
ORANGE TO MY BLUE
SOLO-EXPOSITIE- LUTHERSE KERK Maastricht
Solo Expo where I linked my art to my mental illnesses. The pricetags of the paintings told the story of the many pills and treatments that I have been through for the last years (since 2013)
I wanted to raise more awareness around the mental health and also break the taboo on many subjects. Such as psychoses, admission to a mental hospital and (mental) healthcare in general.
“Scribblestories” are a serie of scribbles that I made in a book.
I was inspired by certain words and phrases lightended up to me in a way. This became my interpretation of the story.
I think life is how you interpret it and sometimes it is pefectly fine to read between the lines…
I also want to bring awaremess for mental diseases because it has such a negative charge. It can be questioned that people can tell you what to see or what to hear.
As long as you try to use it positively and embrace that everyone is different. That is what makes us humans so inspiring… 2016
#100 days of scribblicious
A scribble a day for 100 days in a row. It became like a visual diary and I still keep it almost every day. This was insinuated by an illustrator Elle Luna, that I follow on instagram. 2014
As a creative explosion I love new challenges and collaborations.
Raya van der Kroon, I-Arts cum laude graduate, colaberation on fashioncollection, performance and magazine with exposure of the female body as a research topic.
THE BIG DRAW
Graduated fashion designer class MAFAD 2011. Participated in FASHIONCLASH an interdisciplinary fashionfestival. I have an fascination for the human body and also the psychology behind the mental state of the wearer. How do they influence eachother? I love weird prints and color.