The British-based artist Elitsa Ganeva born in 1986, comes from Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria.
She is a graduate of the University of Veliko Tarnovo with a BA (Hons) in Bulgarian Philology and Journalism.
Elitsa has been writing poetry and literary texts since an early age. Her texts and poems were published at Hartikel.de (2020), Lunatic.bg (2015), Manu Propria (2015), Trubadurs Magazine (2012), Public Republic Magazine (2008), Ragika Medley and Circle Magazine (2006).
She started doing photography, painting and making short videos in 2006. Over the next few years, she has worked in a collaboration with the Italian musician Dario Mambro and his band Der Zirkus Brennt.
Entirely self-taught in that field, she got interested in the subjects of
self-observing and describing the emotional paths of creativity and creative
prоcess through art. Her work often is focused on problems such as self-doubt,
isolation, the raw female energy, and creativity as a way of resolving deep
emotional riddles. She is interested in mixing traditional and digital media.
September 2017 Nakanojo Biennale 2017 (Japan) - video installation
June 2016 Water Tower Art Fest (WTAF) Sofia, Bulgaria - Video installation Calyptra
September 2011 Joint exhibition with G. Stanchev at Gallery Atelier (Taralej), Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria.
April 2010 Elitsa was invited by Gea Russell to take part at The Writer's Bench (Antwerp, Belgium) and Numoon Festival (Rotterdam, The Netherlands). The video performance from the festivals was shown at Numoon on air music TV series directed by Hanyo Van Oosterom&Arash Khosravipour for NPO Cultura.
The Streets Magazine
The Guardian - Pixelmania Readers' art
‘Dear moss, what are you?’ - Art and educational workshop for children at Nakanojo Biennale - Nakanojo, Japan
AEGEE-Sofia - Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria - Art workshop organiserAugust 2010
Painting/Photography Workshop for EU students and members of AEGEE
“Freeze the summer and catching it on a shot"
Award For Artistic Debut for the 10th Anniversary of Water Tower Art Fest