Corporatization of public healthcare informs Molly Surazhsky’s practice. Using strategies of public intervention, Molly explores the poetics of accessibility to healthcare and suppressed healing methods. Mimicry of medical-office-aesthetics, performative actions, and inquiries into medicine history all combine in Molly’s interrogation of a systematically precarious healthcare structure.
Grounded in a romantic anticapitalist tradition, Molly works to unveil systems that dictate bodies through the act of art, writing, and curating.
Molly lives and works in Los Angeles, CA.
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