Denise Rosenboom - 1979 Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Rosenboom makes autonomous work which consists of many graphic qualities. She focusses on illustration. The art work of Rosenboom is driven by unrest and the fear of dreams unfulfilled. Rosenboom creates 2-dimensional work, using various materials, mostly using techniques from the graphic arts. Denise Rosenboom’s work expresses a myriad of themes, scenes and images: being chased by bears; running through the woods in high heels holding a leaking penis; wandering through Japanese clinics via portholes and mazes; drinking wine with a Satyr; singing with Jan van Eijck’s angels; fighting alongside Knight Floris; speaking the language of mosquitos; and being a dancer in Carnivale’s traveling fairground. Recently someone addressed her: “You must have a complex brainwork, or are you on medication....?"