The series Monument to the Time Elapsed re-appropriates some of my no longer functional devices (laptop, tablet, TV set) in a way that is completely inappropriate for information technology gadgets. On the screen of each piece of dead equipment is engraved an image of the supposed reflection of its user. During its life every gadget displayed myriad of flickering ephemeral images, but in the end of the day the only stable image that remained on the surface is the image of the user. The black screen turns out to be a perfect surface for engraving - a technique resembling in many ways the current fashion in the design of tombstones in todays Christian Orthodox world, where the portraits (or sometimes full size figures) of the deceased are engraved on the surface of black granite stones used for the make of tombstones.
Monument to the Time Elapsed
Open Art Files: Notes and footnotes, Aug 16 — Sep 30, 2019, Kapana Gallery, Plovdiv; project by Open Arts Foundation, part of Plovdiv European Capital of Culture 2019; curated by Vera Mlechevska
Let Them Draw. Group exhibition about drawing, Feb 27 — Apr 1, 2016, SARIEV Contemporary, Plovdiv; curated by Pravdoliub Ivanov
Krassimir Terziev. Between the Past That is About to Happen and the Future That has Already Been, The National Gallery, Sofia, 2015; curated by Iara Boubnova
Krassimir Terziev. Between the Past That is About to Happen and the Future That has Already Been, Dobrich Art Gallery, Dobrich, Bulgaria, 2015
Know Thyself, ICA-Sofia Gallery, Sofia, 2014; curated by Iara Boubnova
Krassimir Terziev. Cosmopolis, ICA-Sofia, 2013, Sofia; curated by Iara Boubnova