Dmitry is the organizer of the series of international publishing and exhibition projects of anthological character with the trends connected with the bound forms of literature - the last publications: Experimental poetry. Selected articles(Kaliningrad - Malbork, 1996), Point of view. Visual poetry: 90s (Kaliningrad - Olsztyn, 1998), Homo Sonorus. An International Anthology of sound poetry (Kaliningrad, 2001).
Bulatov has been a co-organiser of more than 50 exhibitions, including such as: Kant Perfo-Ratio (State Art Museum, Kaliningrad 1994), Word Theatre (State Art Museum, Kaliningrad 1995), Echo area (Kaliningrad Branch of National Center for Contemporary Art, 1998), Point of view. Visual poetry: 90s (Toronto University, 1999), Echo area. Siberian Sore (III International Biennial of Museum Expositions, Krasnoyarsk, 1999), Glukhomania (International Art Fair 'Art Moscow, Central Artists' House, Moscow, 2000) and others.
He has published in Russia, Ukraine, Germany, France, Yugo a series of articles, devoted to different aspects of interdisciplinary art fields (visual, lingual, acoustic, biological, etc.) Bulatov participated in fest-programs: The 1st International Multimedial Art Festival (Odz aci, 1998), H2O-Festival (Oslo, 1999), First Aix Art Contemporary Festival (Aix-en-pce, 1999), International Polypoetry Festival (Maastricht, 2001), III Moscow Film Festival (Moscow, 2001), and at Kaliningrad - Moscow, 1999).
He took part in international conferences on the issues of contemporary literature and art, and also delivered courses of lectures on this issue at various universities in Russia, Canada and the Netherlands. He is a laureate of the professional reward "Recognition" in the field of literature (1998), short list of Little Booker's literary award (2000), grant holder of the All-Russia Union of professional literary men (2001). Contact information: Art Diary International (Milano: Flash Art Books, 1999-2000).
Dmitry Bulatov lives and works in Kaliningrad, (Russia)