ANGEL-ROSE OEDIT DOEBÉ (THE NETHERLANDS, 1995) IS A DUTCH-SURINAMESE VISUAL ARTIST FROM AMSTERDAM.

SHE DESCRIBES HERSELF AS A VISUAL ARTIST WHO IS ROOTED IN THE MEDIUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY.  SHE CREATES PHOTOS, MAINLY SELF-PORTRAITS, INSTALLATIONS, READY-MADE SCULPTURAL WORK AND WORKS WITH ARCHIVES. 
BESIDES HER VISUAL ART, ANGEL-ROSE IS INVESTED IN ACTIVISM, SOCIAL RIGHTS, FEMINISM, WRITING, CREATIVE DIRECTION, AND IS INVOLVED WITH CHILDREN IN A CREATIVE MANNER. 
 
THE ARTIST WORKS FROM HER OWN CREATED PERSPECTIVE CALLED ‘THE ANGEL-ROSE COLOURED GLASSES’. IT’S A WORLD WHERE SHE EXPRESSES HER BOLD OPINION ON MARGINALIZATION WITHIN THE WHITE, WESTERN SOCIETY. SHE DOES THIS BY CREATING A MIXTURE OF POP CULTURE, CAMP, AND ACTIVISM THROUGH HER ART.
IT'S ALMOST A SATIRICAL WAY OF EXPRESSING HER OPINION.
 
SOCIETY WAS NOT BUILT FOR HER, BUT THE ARTIST IS CLAIMING HER SPACE LOUDLY THROUGH HER ARTISTRY. 


photo by saffron pape 

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