02.04.2008. - 27.04.2008.

Kiberdžezva


It is difficult to say what came first, the blog or the exhibition, partly because they have the same title: kibedžezva. However, http://kiberdzezva.blogspot.hr was first uploaded in July 2007 and become an official exhibition project four months later. It involves students of art history, animation and new media from Zagreb and represents the next exhibition's intro as well as an attempt to inform the Croatian public about the latest problems, tendencies and phenomena in the area of new media. Our goal is, by reblogging, to mark discursive positions for easier and more efficient interpretation of constant technological and cultural changes. For these reasons, the blog will have been updated by the end of this year.

The exhibition entitled Kiberdžezva is mostly result of collaboration among Vjekica Buljan, Morana Matković, Petra Šešljaga and the third-year and fourth-year students at the Zagreb Fine Art Academy's Department for animation and new media. They selected artworks that referred to current problems of communicational culture of the Internet. As suggested by the artists, the most intriguing aspect of "social software" is web servers for socializing and networking cultural and art producers and distribution of their products. Although they are not the subject, Facebook, My Space or You Tube are still useful frames for understanding one part of the contemporary art production. This time, Antona Begušić, Petra Hudić, Luka Hrgović, Mirna Martini, Dina Rončević and Matea Šabić will have the honour to show their works. In order to make things more virtual, Dina Rončević's blog What do you care what "bobina" is http://cetverotaktni.blogspot.com serves as an introduction into the exhibition.

Links:
(1)http://kiberdzezva.blogspot.hr
(2)http://cetverotaktni.blogspot.com
(3)http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=luka+hrgovic&search_type=