Svetlana Mircheva was born in 1976 in Kazanlak, Bulgaria, lives and works in Sofia. She graduated from the National Academy of Arts in Sofia. In 2003 she took Olafur Eliasson's summer class in IUAV, Venice, and in 2004 was awarded the International Media Art Award of SWR Baden Baden and ZKM, Karlsruhe, for her project Mistakes. In 2010 she was among the nominees for the BAZA award for young artists and in 2012 was the Bulgarian nomination for Henkel Art Award for East European Art.
Her solo exhibitions are RANDOM SHOW at Vaska Emanouilova, Sofia (2011), POSSIBLE EXHIBITIONS at Nurture Art, New York (2012), 103 MISTAKES at Un Cabinet D'Amateur, Sofia (2012), IMAGES OF THE WORD at Un Cabinet D'Amateur, Sofia (2014).
She has participated in Radar Project, Extra 50, 50 Venice Biennale (2003). Her works have been exhibited in Blind Date, Temporary Contemporary, London (2004), Viper, Kunsthalle, Basel (2004), invisible, Medienkunstpreis, ZKM | Museum für Neue Kunst & Medienmuseum, Karlsruhe (2004), 18 Stuttgarter Filmwinter (2005), Infrastructure, Studio Voltaire, London (2005), Mobile Spaces, Goethe Institute Sofia (2006), Time Place, Artnewscafe, Plovdiv (2009), BAZA Award for Young Contemporary Art, Sofia City Gallery (2010), Broadcast Media Sculptures, WUK, Vienna (2010), Moscow International Biennial for Yong Art, MMOMA, (2010), There has been no future, there will be no past, ISCP, New York (2010), You fail!, Periscope, Salzburg (2010), RE_001: First Communion of Anemic Young Girls In The Snow and other works, Interstate Projects, New York (2013).