The Digital Media Environment, webinar with Sara Bezovšek

KIBLIX Webinar Series
January – February 2021

We are pleased to announce the next chapter of KIBLIX online seminars, a series of four online seminars and reading groups, moderated by curator and critic Irena Borić, in collaboration with various artists. The purpose of webinars is to create a space for joint reflection, discussion, and knowledge exchange. The content of all four meetings will be related to selected theoretical texts and practices of international artists. curators and cultural workers.

All meetings will be held through the online platform ZOOM (all links below). The language of the webinar will be adjusted according to the participants (Slovenian or English). The webinars are intended for a broad audience, and no prior knowledge is expected from the participants. We kindly recommend that participants read the proposed texts in advance (available in Slovene or English). We ask that you send an e-mail to to register your participation and the text. Registration is for informational purposes only and is not binding.

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The Digital Media Environment

Webinar with Sara Bezovšek

Tuesday, 19 January, at 6 p.m. @ZOOM

As part of this seminar, we will get acquainted with the artistic practice of Sara Bezovšek. Through the artistic practice of appropriation, she is an artist who explores the influences of Internet culture and online social media on contemporary visual art. The discussion will be based on the digital theorist Douglas Rushkoff's text The Digital Media Environment, published in his book Team Human. We will discuss the digital environment and its impact on the assumption of reality. As the author says: „The more we accept the screen as a window on reality, the more likely we are to accept the choices it offers. But what about the choices that it doesn't offer? Do they actually not exist?”

Sara Bezovšek is a visual artist, active in the fields of graphic design, new media, and experimental film. In her work, she collects, stores, and collages the visual references she encounters while browsing online and watching movies and TV series. Through appropriation, she creates new narratives, interested in what people watch and share on social media, how visual material is broadcast on the internet, and how it changes and affects users. In the context of the post-internet paradigm, she thus creates a space where online content and internet references are a consistent and indispensable part of the world we live in.



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