Daniela Kostova is an interdisciplinary artist who works with video, performance, photography and installation. Her work addresses issues of geography and cultural representation, the production and crossing of socio-cultural borders, and the uneasy process of translation and communication.
Daniela exhibits internationally in places such as: Sofia City Gallery, Bulgaria and Religare Art Gallery, New Delhi, India (2011), Antakya Biennale, Turkey and New Saxon Art Association, Dresden, Germany (2010), The State Central Museum of Contemporary History of Russia, Moscow, Russia (2009), KK Projects, New Orleans, LA (2009), Estacion Indianilla Museum, Mexico (2008), MAN Museum, Nuoro, Italy (2007), Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria (2005), Centre
Daniela was Director and Curator of Irida Art Gallery in Sofia, Bulgaria (2000-03).
In 2000 she received the International Art Award Onufri in Tirana, Albania. In 2002 she was an ArtsLink Residency fellow at the CIA, Cleveland, Ohio. In 2003 she was granted a Graduate Fellowship from RPI in Troy, NY where she later taught Intermediate Digital Imaging. In addition, Daniela curated the BioArt Initiative – art & science project of the Arts Department and the Center for Biotechnology and Interdisciplinary Studies at RPI. In 2011, together with Stanislava Georgieva she started Bulgarian Artists in America (BAA), a growing organization in the territory of the U.S.