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Lalonie Evelyn Davis (b. 1999), also known as Slaylonie, is a neurodivergent interdisciplinary fine artist. Slaylonie learned to communicate with the outside world by sharing her art on the Internet.

Raised in isolation from society, she found herself uninterested in conforming to societal norms and expectations. Instead, she discovered a passion for deconstructing societal frameworks and challenging the stigmas surrounding female emotional expression, mental health, and the kitsch. As an
African American, Puerto Rican, and Colombian femme, she identifies as intersectional feminist. 

Unironically camp and immersed in the cringe, Slaylonie fearlessly embraces the parts of her identity that some shy away from. Her art provides a space for others to feel validated and encouraged to be their authentic selves, even if it doesn't fit the current trends. Through her work, Slaylonie invites viewers to question the status quo and celebrate the beauty of individuality and self-expression.

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