painter. performance artist. explorer of spaces.
Space as central theme
Daniëlle Davidson is a visual artist. Her work was shown in several exhibitions and festivals. Through performances she works with other artists, musicians and performers. She often makes improvisations with others also international. She is part of the What IIIF? research netwerk.
In her work she is fascinated by the concept of space; the natural space, the artificial space, the city, architecture and living spaces.
Through the means of painting, drawing and video, she explores spaces in transformation and how individuals interact with their surroundings.
She is trained as an artist at Minerva Academie in Groningen and CCAC in San Francisco. She was awarded with the Dooyewaard stipend and a year’s stay in the Blaricum Artist in Residency programme. Daniëlle obtained her Master of Fine Arts at The Dutch Art Institute and trained as an art teacher at the HKU in Utrecht.
Daniëlle performs at festivals and shows her visual work regularly. She directed the acclaimed documentary Make Jewish babies? This was broadcast a number of times on Dutch national TV by NPO and screened at numerous European film festivals. Daniëlle lives with her 3 children and partner in The Hague.