Bogna M. Konior works across a broad range of fields, from media and advertising, to art and culture curation, to academic research and teaching. Her focus is on how media, culture and technology interact with sweeping social and environmental changes. Her main interest lies in technological solutions to environmental problems, and the role that media and culture play in communicating and imagining planetary crisis. 

She is currently based in Hong Kong, where she teaches film, media and cultural theory, and serves as the assistant editor at Hong Kong Review of Books. 

Contact: bognakonior at gmail dot com

UPCOMING | NEWS

March 18 Comparative Literature Association, Annual Meeting, Los Angeles. Sick Women, Planetary Vulnerability and the Politics of Pain, panel organizer. Presentation on political practices inherent in visualizing climate data in contemporary media.

April 18 Article in Identities on news media, reporting on catastrophe, and post-Soviet politics in contemporary Poland.

May 18 Talk on virtual reality, environmental crisis and animals at Data and Society, NYC. Collaboration with Mari Bastashevski.  

Summer 18 Article collaboration with Yvette Granata on philosophy and serpent vision for Void Front Press.  

Fall 18 Five Flavours Film Festival. Book chapter on new media, global crisis, political cinema and Hong Kong's Umbrella Movement.

Fall 18 Punctum Books. Chapter in Post-Memes on memes of the Anthropocene, apocalyptic politics, and social / environmental crisis.