Aimée Papazian creates installations and objects using ceramics, wood, and wire. She has a BA in Art-Semiotics from Brown University and an MFA in Film/Video from the Milton Avery School of the Arts at Bard College. Originally an experimental filmmaker, her medium evolved (or rather devolved, back to dirt) to focus on the joy she finds working with clay. She has shown her work in juried shows and in Hotel 21c, and is a recipient of the Artists 360 grant. Her residencies include the Guldagergaard Ceramic Center (Skaelskor, Denmark) and the Zentrum für Keramik (Berlin, Germany). Aimée grew up in New York and now lives in Northwest Arkansas with her family.