[...] And in fact, if we are to accept the art of Krassimir Terziev as a journey, it's a journey that moves at its own nonhistorical pace, using many of the primal sources and signs of what we acknowledge as the Great Time (after Mircea Eliade, The Myth of Eternal Return). At each moment of the journey the question is raised about the depleting – or already depleted – possibilities for a future. This is a journey that certainly does not end with the shutting off of the monitors; there's also nothing superhuman there in Kubrick terms. A journey that always ends with the return to the artist's grounding I, -- forwards to the present and back to everything that was once a future.
Svetlana Koyumdjieva "Travelling back to the future", in: Krassimir Terziev. Future Unforgettable, Versus Art Project, Istanbul: 2019