Known for their collaborative projects exploring the relations between art and economic processes, Plamen Dejanoff and Svetlana Heger made their appearance on the European scene in the mid 1990s. For several years since then, Dejanoff has developed his own complex projects, spaced out over several years: thus, from 2001 to 2003, “Collective Wishdream of Upper Class Possibilities” transformed his studio-apartment in Berlin into a multi-cultural space which has been used by a gallery, the editeur.php?id=132&menu=2, and invited artists.
The exhibition at MUMOK in Vienna marks the launch of the “Planets of Comparison,” a construction project of different buildings (museum, bookshop, studio, etc.) in Veliko Tarnovo, the town from which the artist comes, in close collaboration with architects, designers, and artists.
Born in 1970 in Sofia, Plamen Dejanoff lives and works in Vienna.