France Daffon is a videographer that's passionate about screenwriting. Concurrently, she explores abstract art and portraiture. The themes of her work orbit around the fluidity of femininity and intimacy of human connection. Her degree in Film has influenced the way her works are composed, mid-movement.
Ultimately, she aspires to, later on, contribute to funding research for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and represent the diverse women of the LGBT+ community through art and film.
France is part of an ongoing exhibition with Albe Art Gallery, Open Minded.
What music did you have growing up?
A mix of of Salbakutah, Rivermaya, Dido and John Mayer.
What work of art last caught your eye?
Photos of Marikina City after Typhoon Ulysses by Jilson Tiu.
Can you let us in on a current or upcoming project that excites you?
I have several exhibits this month and the next that’s reminiscent to the Attic’s Black Figure Drawings. Also, I'm expanding knowledge on screen printing and ink transfers.
We’re playing charades. What is the hardest thing you could have someone guess?
What do you think deserves more attention?
Climate change and women’s health.
What would be your last meal?
My last meal would be a bowl of Pho and dumplings.