Natalia Jordanova (b. Sofia, Bulgaria) is an interdisciplinary artist working with a variety of media to create context-aware installations, which combine sculpture, video, sound, text, and drawing. Currently, she is concluding a master programme at Dirty Art department of Sandberg Institute in The Netherlands. Previous education includes BA Fine Arts from Royal Academy of Art in The Hague (2018), BA Photography from the National Academy of Theatre and Film Arts in Bulgaria (2013). She participated in Erasmus program at Central Saint Martins in London (2017) and took part in workshops, among which OTSEFINAM (MANIFESTO) at TENT, Rotterdam (2015) and Masterclass by Marcel van Eeden and Barbara Seiler at KABK, The Hague (2016). In 2018 she was nominated for BAZA Award for contemporary art, Bulgaria. Her work has been exhibited internationally including presentations at Sofia Art Week 2019, Magma Festival at Kanal Centre Pompidou, Brussels (2019), THE COMMON INN at Het Nieuwe Institute, Rotterdam (2019), Untouched Intimacies at NEVERNEVERLAND, Amsterdam (2019), The Nudist on the Late Shift, The Hague (2018), SUPERVUE, Liège, Belgium (2018), W139, Amsterdam (2017), Lockers, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (2017), The Old Police Station, London (2016), (De)Quantify Me!, TENT, Rotterdam (2016), the fridge, Sofia (2016), Institute for Performance and Theory project, Haspel Art Centre, Sofia (2014), Trans–Ideology Short Film Festival, Berlin (2012). Additionally, since 2015 she has been working on an ongoing curatorial project called GRUPA. It is an exhibition format, developed in and generated by a context and brought back to physical space through the means of photo or/and video documentation. She is currently based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
AVAILABLE WORKS BY NATALIA JORDANOVA
HOW SOON IS NOW?
Antoni Rayzhekov, Birgit Graschopf, Borjana Ventzislavova, Dimitar Solakov, ...
curated by Walter Seidl and Maria Vassileva
27.09.2022 - 29.10.2022
Boryana Petkova, Valentina Sciarra, Veneta Androva, Dimitar Genchev, ...
curated by Maria Vassileva
24.10.2019 - 07.12.2019