Marsian De Lellis is an interdisciplinary artist and writer who constructs installations and time-based visual narratives that memorialize obsessional lives. Their work celebrates the stories of unconventional people whose private manias become public fodder for tabloids and reality television. Combining biographical material with their own autobiography becomes a means to channel their own personal struggles into something comprehensible. Through their practice, they investigate embodiment, desire, contemporary forms of animism, and neurodivergence.
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