Violet Grigoryan

Violet Grigoryan is a poet and essayist whose feminist themes and experimental language interrogate entrenched social structures. She is one of the founders and the editor of the literary journal Inqnagir. Her poems are part of the anthologies Makukachu: Anthology of Contemporary Armenian Literature (2017), The Other Voice: Deviation: Anthology of Contemporary Armenian Literature (2008) and Armenian Women’s Poetry Through Ages (2006). Grigoryan has won the Golden Cane Prize for her book The City (1998), and the Writers’ Union of Armenia Award for her book True, I’m Telling the Truth (1991).

After the Wildly Improbable

Why Are We Here Now?

Animate Tracks

Adel Abidin: Parallel Reality, lecture performance
Gülnur Ekşi: The Effects of the Berlin-Baghdad Railway on the Vegetation in Anatolia, lecture and presentation of drawings
Muhannad Shono: Zomë Zomë, animated film
Violet Grigoryan: Two Women, literary reading, Armenian & English
Musa paradisiaca: The Intimate Knowledge of Things, films and lecture
- After the Wildly Improbable -

Sep 16, 2017