1982, Sofia Bulgaria
Lives and works in Geneva
“My works are structured according to various dichotomies: abstraction/figuration, personal imagery/official culture and model/copy. They are the material manifestation of memory, not of melancholy or mourning, but of radical potential. The art process gives evidence of a state of permanent metamorphosis, an intermingling of objects and reference systems. It is a three dimensional expression and a way of releasing ourselves from logical chronologies, and linear temporality.”
Studied at the National School for Contemporary Arts Villa Arson, Nice, France. As an Erasmus scholarship at Staedelschule Frankfurt am Main where she her master’s degree. Recieved the Swiss Government scholarship and completed her Postgraduate diploma in Painting at Geneva University of Art and Design. As a Fellowship recipient she worked for a year at the Center for experimentation and realisation in contemporary ceramics in Geneva.