In post-accelerationism, to find the art (a), you multiply the time (t) by the square of the force (F).
Joško Bohunsky (1969, Moscow, Russia) creates media artworks, performances, installations and films. By demonstrating the omnipresent lingering of a 'corporate world', Bohunsky uses a visual vocabulary that addresses many different social and political issues. His media artworks are an investigation of concepts such as authenticity and objectivity by using an encyclopaedic approach and quasi-scientific precision and by referencing documentaries and 'fact-fiction'. His work urge us to renegotiate media art as being part of a reactive or – at times – autistic medium, commenting on oppressing themes in our contemporary society. With a post-accelerational approach, he tries to increase the dynamic between audience and author by objectifying emotions and investigating the duality that develops through different interpretations. His works bear strong political references. The possibility or the dream of the annulment of a (historically or socially) fixed identity is a constant focal point.