"The Resident Fellows Program of the Visual Seminar offers an opportunity for visual artists, designers, photographers, theoreticians and critics of art to develop a particular project for a period of 6 months. The program provides a stipend and a variety of necessary technical equipment.
In this way the program attempts to synthesize two different tasks. The first task is related to the tradition of the centers for advanced studies in Europe and the world to invite for a given academic year research fellows and also several established writers, artists or musicians. (...)
The second task is related to the conviction of the members of the Visual Seminar that contemporary artists are also in a position to develop socially relevant projects (as is the Visual Seminar itself), as well as that an artwork or an artistic project could be incorporated within a collective conceptual framework. (...)
An 8-member committee selected the first two Resident Fellows of the Visual Seminar in April 2003. These are the artist Luchezar Boyadjiev and the young researcher Milla Mineva who works in the field of visual sociology and cultural studies (their projects are respectively 'Hot City Visual' and 'The Balkans as Touristic Sights'." (Alexander Kiossev)
Institute of Contemporary Art, Centre for Advanced Study, Sofia; Visual Seminar, Bd. 1: Sofia as a Sight: Luchezar Boyadjiev und Milla Mineva; mit Textbeiträgen von Alexander Kiossev, Luchezar Boyadjiev, Ivaylo Ditchev, Ljudmila Dimova und Milla Mineva (englisch/bulgarisch)
Hg. Iara Boubnova
Frankfurt/Main 2004, 23 x 16,5 cm, 127 S., 75 Farbabb., Broschur