Boryana Rossa is an interdisciplinary artist and curator who works in the fields of electronic arts, film, video, performance and photography. Most of Rossa's performances and other works have been shown internationally at venues such as steirischer herbst, Graz; National Gallery of Fine Arts, Sofia; 1st Balkan Biennale, Thesaloniki; Kunstwerke and Akademie der Kunste, Berlin; The 1st and 2nd Moscow Biennial; Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum, NY; Museum of Contemporary art (MUMOK) Vienna; Zacheta Gallery, Warsaw; ICA Sofia, Exit Art, NY.
In 2004 together with the Russian artist and film maker Oleg Mavromatti, Rossa establishes UTRAFUTURO--an international group of artists engaged with issues of technology, science and their social implications. Works by ULTRAFUTURO have been included in the Biennial for Electronic Art, Perth (BEAP) and shown at Foundation for Art and Creative Technologies (FACT), Liverpool; Society for Art and Technology (SAT), Montreal. Rossa and Mavromatti perform also as ULTRAFUTURO in Trickster Theatre, Exit Art, NY since 2006.
Rossa is currently working on her practice based PhD dissertation in Electronic Arts, at Rensselaer on the topic Post Cold War Gender. Post-Cold War Gender Identities. Cross-cultural examination of socialist and post-socialist gender representations viewed through Soviet, Russian and Bulgarian film re-enactments.
Rossa holds the award holds the award Essential Reading for Art Writers of the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA, Sofia) for 2008. She had been published her texts in newspapers like Kultura, 39 Grama, magazines like Christiaity and Culture and n.paradoxa and others.