Susanna Gyulamiryan (born in Yerevan, Armenia) is an art critic and curator, who has been working in Armenia and internationally. In 2007, she collaboratively founded the “Art and Cultural Studies Laboratory” (ACSL), where she was the appointed president until nowadays. In 2008, she was an initiator of founding the “Art Commune” International Artist-in-Residence program in Armenia. Since 2006, she is a board member of AICA – Armenia (International Association of Art Critics).
More than ten years, Susanna Gyulamiryan has held courses in Cultural Studies at the Armenian Open University, Department of Fine Arts (International Academy of Education).
Recent Curatorial projects include: Dependency Culture as a State of Mind” (visual statement to BB7 Call (Biennale in Berlin), Interrior DAseign in Wedding, Berlin, Germany, 2012; Imaginative Geographies – Atlantis 11, HEICO (Heritage, Identities and Communication in European Contemporary Art Practices), 54th Biennale, Venice, Italy, 2011;
Gender Trouble. Pltaforms –Annual Symposium and Exhibitions, Yerevan, Armenia, 2008-2011; Possibility of the Angel, 10th Biennale of Contemporary Art, Sharjah, UA, 2011; Subjects-Objects of History and their histories, Proekt FABRIKA, Moscow, RF,2010; Interdiagnosis – Forum of Contemporary Art, Yerevan, Armenia, 2008.