clementine morrigan is a femme as fuck tomboy witch full time multidisciplinary artist.
her creative work spans multiple mediums including poetry, creative nonfiction, narrative, essays, articles, theory, zine making, illustration, collage, abstract visual art, sculpture, film, music, self-portraiture and performance. she is also an arts facilitator and community organizer.
a firm believer in the transformative and political power of creativity, she acknowledges that everyone is an artist and that all art is important. she gives herself complete permission to dabble in any art form she chooses, caring little for whether or not she is any ‘good’ at it. she hopes to extend that same sense of permission to others. her work destabilizes art by asking us to rethink what qualifies.
she openly explores topics which are usually relegated to silence and shame. some of these include: alcoholism and addiction, gendered violence, intimate partner violence, child abuse, trauma, madness, psychiatrization, ptsd, negotiating queer-feminist sexuality within a culture of sexual violence, sex work, pleasure, agency, self-love and incessant life-giving hope. she is passionate about queerness, feminism, do-it-yrself culture, skill sharing, subversion, spirituality and radical sobriety.
grateful every day for the healing and world changing work of queer, trans, feminist, anti-colonial, anti-racist, radical disability and anarchist communities and movements, she seeks always to remain humble, teachable and full of love.
she rides a bike, skateboards, plays guitar and lives in toronto. she enjoys talking about herself in the third person and is currently writing her second book. this website is her online presence and an ever-changing ever-unfolding work in process.