Art saved Clara Luciani’s life


The French singer went to the Cannes Film Festival as part of the program “Women In Motion”. She talked about her looks, women, and the power of music.


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Clara Luciani at the 75th Cannes Film Festival, May 22, 2022.


“Confident and relaxed, those are not the words that describe me well!” Clara Luciani said, Alex Capranos’ girlfriend, during an exchange with the press at the Cannes Film Festival. On the other hand, I prepare myself for everything that has to be taken away from me overnight. I’m not a pessimist, but I don’t want to suffer from a very violent emotional outburst, so I’m ready to stop.”

french singer, Who Filmed Rihanna and ASAP RockyShe was captured in the program “Women in Motion”, which gives voice to various female artists. She claimed that she did not suffer from sexual exploitation, because she “always refused it. On the one hand, when I entered the world of music, I realized that instruments are still gendered: a woman has the right to play the violin, on the other hand, if she is drawn to drums or electric guitars, either It’s weird or seen as ‘sexy.’ I was very surprised by that.”

Being a woman was never an obstacle for Clara, because she always considered it a challenge. “Just because I’m a woman and come from a humble background doesn’t mean I can’t do it. On the other hand, I might have fought twice,” she confided. The 29-year-old artist also spoke on the topic of fraternity: “I am happy to see this benevolence among women, and it is more and more true. We are often put into competition, but I think we have all become aware of this and have succeeded in fighting these stigmas.

“As soon as I had hair, I was blown away!”

Clara Luciani also evoked the power of art, according to which there is no limit: “There is nothing music cannot do. Art saved my life, I don’t know how I would have found my balance in life without song.” And to clarify: “Every time something unfortunate happens to me, I feel like I have a magic wand that allows me to turn it into a song. It doesn’t make it go away, but I keep it away, I keep it tied up. In the end, the singer turns her ‘harmful emotions’ into ‘magic fuel’: “I Someone I have a lot of fear on stage, but allows me to focus very much. As for anger and sadness, these are raw materials for my songs. It’s a pity, because when I’m happy and calm, I feel like I can’t make a song! “

The French concluded her speech by invoking her appearance, which is “not an image conscious act”: “As soon as I had hair, I started laughing. I’ve had the same haircut since I was little, I’ve always worn the same clothes. When I was 12, I’d buy men’s jackets and clothes. Old from garage sales I’ve never changed my style and never will. I’m not comfortable enough with my physique to think about it. If I start to think about how I look, that’s the end of the grain! I’m just trying to feel myself, to feel good.

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