Tzvetana Tchakarova

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Tzvetana Tchakarova was born in Bulgaria and lives and works in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Education2004-2008 Bachelor of Arts (Photography and Video) Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam, Netherlands1994-1999 Master of Arts, Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, University of Amsterdam, NetherlandsFor the Plotki Gallery Tzveta shows a part of her photo series “Space and Public” .”To be alive means to be possessed by an urge towards selfdisplay… Living things make their appearance like actors on a stage set for them. And just as the actor depends upon a stage, upon fellow-actors and spectators to make his entrance, every living thing depends upon a world that solidly appears as the location for its own appearance. It depends on fellow-creatures to play with, and on spectators to acknowledge and recognize its existence, whether or not we would all make the same choices on how to appear.”Hanna Arendt For more information about the author and her work go to www.tzvetanatchakarova.com

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