This was our presentation in Studio Projektirane, Sofia, 24th April 2015

Next stop of our presentation tour was in Sofia. The event was hosted by Studio Projektirane, a studio and workshop space in the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy. After a short lecture about book related topics, Vladiya Mihaylova talked together with the author Vasilena Gankovska and the artist Luchezar Boyadjiev about the themes which the book opens up for a broader discussion. The presentation ended with a vivid talk with the audience about the problems of the contemporary Bulgarian city and especially Sofia and its visual interface.

Here some impressions from the event. Pictures by Velichka Gankovska







Book Release, 27th February 2015, Hilger NEXT, Vienna

The first public presentation of the book “Visual Strategies. Urban Space reformulated” happend a few days ago in Vienna. It was hosted by Hilger NEXT Gallery, which was also the organiser of the street art project Cash, Cans & Candy – – a street art project by Gallery Ernst Hilger, curated by Katrin-Sophie Dworczak, part of which is featured in the book. A short talk with some of the represented artists and contributors gave a more profound insight into the concept, the working process and the topics discussed in it.


The venue: Hilger NEXT in Ankerbrotfabrik, Vienna

Picture: Vasilena Gankovska

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Panel guests: Kamen Stoyanov, Boris Kostadinov, Jan Blaschko and Vasilena Gankovska

Picture: Marie Hofbauer

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Picture: Marie Hofbauer

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Sandra Kosel talks about her project

Picture: Marie Hofbauer



Out now! Visual Strategies. Urban Space reformulated


Visuelle Strategien. Urbaner Raum neu formuliert

Vasilena Gankovska (Ed.)

Publication, 180 p., with essays and texts in Bulgarian, English and German by Jan Blaschko, Vasilena Gankovska, Boris Kostadinov, Vladiya Mihaylova and Andreas Spiegl

Artworks by: Yotto Bano, Luchezar Boyadjiev, Vasilena Gankovska, Sandra Kosel, Ivan Moudov and Kamen Stoyanov

Translated by: Luchezar Boyadjiev, Vasilena Gankovska, Boris Kostadinov and Martin Wimmer

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