Ani Asatryan was born around the time of Armenia’s independence from the Soviet Union. She is a student at the College of Contemporary Art, where she studies the history and theory of contemporary art. In 2014, her first “unreadable” book was published. This book attempted to break the conventional borders of literature and visual art in order to highlight the ties that exist between literary text, sound, images, and memory.
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