Marina Papazyan is an artist and writer. Their works rely on the body as a source of grammar where it is mainly through pores, cavities, and intestines that the world is sensed and told. Lately, they have been interested in monstrousness, specifically as it appears in gothic /+ pulp literature and cinema—searching for more embodied interpretations of the ghost: monsters and creatures whose stories evoke questions on health and sickness; misdiagnoses, pain and pleasure; dysphoria and envy.


marinapapazyan [at] windowslive [dot] com