The travelling exhibition "symbiotic" is the result of the experimental work of four young people from Burgas (the ecologist Diana Pavlova, two architects Mariana Sarbova and Galina Milkova and the designer Nedko Nikolov) and is inspired and dedicated to a lake with a huge scientific and conservation value - Atanasovsko Lake.
The exhibition is small in size but great in content and sense. The information is concentrated, minimized and easy to consume. It is mainly served through fun illustrations, video clips and animation and shows all the most important things to know about this remarkable lake located in the very city of Bourgas, where salt is harvested and the largest number of birds is found in Bulgaria.
For the first time, a lake is presented to the public in shape, matter and colour, and in the overall perception all senses are included - you can see its beauty, hear the birds, play with sand, taste salt, learn, have fun ...
The Symbiotic exhibition started its national tour in May 2015 and in October 2016 returned to Burgas permanently. Her tour has gone through 10 cities - Ruse, Plovdiv, Varna, Bourgas, Sofia, Veliko Tarnovo, Vratsa, Bansko, Blagoevgrad, Panichishte and was visited and experienced by over 25,500 people.
More about the symbiotic exhibition and its authors: http://saltoflife.biodiversity.bg/en/Pytuvashta_izlozhba_za_Lagunata-c155