Veneta Androva (b. Bulgaria) is a visual artist who obtained a Bachelor’s degree in history of art and philosophy at Humboldt University Berlin and also graduated (MFA) in sculpture/fine arts from the Weißensee Academy of Art Berlin.
With her background in experimental documentary film making and photography, in her recent work she is combining diverse medias and sources such as archive and documentary material with paintings, all related through animation and simulated environments. She took part in numerous shows in Germany and Bulgaria, as well as Austria, Argentina, Brazil, Poland and in Israel, where she did part of her study at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in 2016-2017.
Androva is also the recipient of several scholarships, such as Mart Stam Scholarship (2015), Artist Scholarship from Cusanuswerk (2016) and was recently nominated for BAZA Award for contemporary art.
Her films have been selected to screen at numerous international film festivals, including: International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film, Germany (2018), MONSTRA Lisbon Animated Film Festival, Portugal (2019), FILE Electronic Language International Festival, Brazil (2019), European Media Art Festival (EMAF), Germany (2019). She is currently based in Berlin.