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 geo-social changes, especially the threat of species extinction, which alters the definition of humanity and political agency.
She is the Media and Technology editor at the Hong Kong Review of Books, the editor of Oraxiom: A Journal of Non-Philosophy, and a Research Fellow at the International Research Institute for Cultural Techniques and Media Philosophy at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar. In 2016, she was a visiting researcher in Media and Culture at the ICON Center for the Humanities at the University of Utrecht. She publishes widely across academic and popular venues, on the subjects of media, climate change, technology-oriented feminism, contemporary philosophy, as well as post-globalist collapse cultures. Her recent work is published in Transformations: Journal of Media and Culture and in Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender and Culture. Her collaborative work exploring theory in the Anthropocene has been exhibited internationally, including at Tuning Speculations in Toronto and First Draft in Sydney. She collaborated with film festivals internationally as a curator and a producer, including the Five Flavour Film Festival in Warsaw and the ReVersed: Poetry-film Festival in Amsterdam. She holds a BA in Film Studies (Theory and Practice), a RMa in Media Studies, a PhD in Cultural Analysis, and was previously teaching classes in media and culture at the Lingnan University and the Hong Kong Baptist University.
Contact: bognakonior at gmail dot com