Svetoslav Todorov

Journalist, writer, poet, DJ and promoter at the music platform Indioteque. Svetoslav has many years of journalistic and editorial experience on topics related to culture more broadly, and has written for Dnevnik, Capital Light, Balkan Inside. He has a degree in Bulgarian Philology and a master's degree in Film, Literature and Visual Culture from Sofia University. He is the author of the short story collections The People Who Slept Alone (2014) and Ten Conversations (2017). His audio collection Nothing Will Happen to You was released in 2020.

"Kino Club Super 8” digitizes old home movies and they’ll tell you why

For the team behind the project, the preservation of found family movies and amateur footage is a way to access authentic stories – and authentic history

The Unknown Soldiers of Bulgarian Photography

In recent years, Synthesis Gallery has been restoring the fragmented and poorly documented history of photography in Bulgaria

Punkt and the Tree of Life

Over the last twelve years, the workshop has been developing its signature aesthetic, and recently its foreign client list has been growing

Studio NO/ON want to bring more light into your room – but still keep it dark

New Electronic Generation

The early history of programming and computer education in Bulgaria

Gaming culture

How attitudes towards video games and their role in young people’s lives have changed

Where there’s technology, there’s politics

Ilia Temelkov from the Tranzistor podcast explains why we can't analyze today’s innovations without considering a broad range of topics

What are they really telling us with their misinformation?

Matthew Brunwasser, an American journalist with connections to Bulgaria, analyzes how political thought and engagement is changing in our country, and what the lack of media literacy says about our society

Why new and established ecological organizations in our country believe that the conversation and awareness about environmental protection and climate change is (actually) evolving

Lars of Tarnovo

The founder of the Heerz Tooya gallery in Veliko Tarnovo and the ARV.I residency in Vishovgrad finds more and more meaning in his work