I Am Curious Podcast
I’m calling this conversation with Danique Gimbrère (aka Danica Gim) “Coming Home” not only because it’s an exploration of what home is—how her home has crossed continents from the Netherlands, where she was born and grew up, and expanded when she married her Colombian-American husband—but because it’s a story of coming home to herself. We talk about breaking expectations, leaving Christianity and relationships. About intuition, our bodies, sexuality, meeting her husband—oh, I love that story!—and about creating art.
An Interview with UNUM Magazine
In February 2018, Danica published her poetry debut “Morningstar Musings” that has been praised for its raw and relatable lines as she writes about various topics many young people encounter in life.
An Interview with WEARSTATUSQUO 101
You might have read a couple of Danica Gim's poetry. If you’re following most of Instagram’s poetry community, you might be following her right now. Her poetry is so good. She’s one of the best poets out there.
UNTWINE Top 50 Instagram Poets
Danica covers themes of modern love and its relatable challenges, the problems women have to deal with for being strong in a patriarchal world. She writes to inspire women and we believe she’s a magnificent talent that will continue to achieve more success.
Poetry Publication in Harness Magazine
Danica’s poem ‘I exist by the grace of women’ has been published in the third issue of Harness Magazine.
An Interview with THE TRIBE
I think so much is expected of women, we are always supposed to keep it together, […] society will give us a slap on the wrist to not draw any attention to ourselves. When receiving compliments we are expected to respond modest and surprised. No way! Let’s scream from the top of our lungs that we are proud of our achievements!
Interview with Et Cetera Collective
Creator Spotlight: A Conversation with Danica Gim
Last week, the Et Cetera Collective had the pleasure of interviewing Danica Gim—an artist and poet commended for her empowering work. Read it below!
Renude Podcast Interview
The exploration of women’s bodies with images of encouragement.
Reflecting on our challenges. Understanding how to harmonize. Transcending to protect our peace with Danica
The Daily Mail: Britney Spears says her 'heart breaks' for her friends in the black community
The Make Me hitmaker, 38, posted a pretty visual by artist Danica Gim which featured the figures of both a black and white dancer posing with planet earth between them.
Wonderful DJ’S Radio/Video Interview
Meet Danica Gim and Lisa Dot in our talk interview below. They both share more about their purpose in creating, how writing and art has helped them transform, and advice on others pursing creative dreams.
Prints from independent female artists featuring the beauty of women’s bodies
Danique started sharing her work on Instagram first as a poet, before deciding to experiment with art as a way to express herself further.