Krasimira Butseva is a visual artist, writer and educator based between London, UK and Bulgaria. Krasimira is currently an associate lecturer оn the BA Photography course at London College of Communication, University of the Arts London and a part-time lecturer at the University of Portsmouth. She is also one of the co-founders of Revolv Collective - an organisation exploring alternative methods for teaching and creating photography through exhibitions, events and collaborations. In addition, Krasimira is the co-editor of eep magazine - focusing on contemporary photography from Eastern Europe.
In her practice and research, Krasimira explores human rights, social injustice, political violence, traumatic memory, official and unofficial history in relation to Eastern Europe. In her investigations, she employs moving image, photography, installation and writing. She has exhibited her work both nationally and internationally, including Sofia History Museum, Bulgaria (2020), Credo Bonum Gallery, Bulgaria (2020), Seen Fifteen Gallery, UK (2020; 2019), District Six Museum, South Africa (2019), EEP Berlin, Germany (2019), Phoenix Brighton, BPF, UK (2018), Fine Art Gallery Lovech, Bulgaria (2018), Four Corners Gallery, UK (2017), Pingyao International Photography Festival, China (2016).
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