Processes of Our Mediated Spaces


  • Predrag Terzić



image, new media, VR, AI, art, space, perception, interacitivity


Through art examples, I would like to show how real exhibiting space enters the dialogue with the visitor and his movement while using Virtual Reality and Artificial Intelligence. The analysis of the technological aspect is important, as well as the recognition of social and material conditions in the creation of new artistic practices, the production and later recognition of what happens to art. I would move within the paradigm shift of image, photography, film, installation, and Internet use, as well as within the emergence of artificial intelligence.

The audience is seen as a participant in the creation and evaluation of artistic experience, they are invited to reveal their action views. Today, the exchange of experiences as well as the study of common experience in the context of artistic research is made easier through art systems. Artists incorporate evaluation into their practice, thus, establishing a new program of research in art and technology.

The interactive experience in the digital age explores different ways of creating and evaluating interactive art. While the visitor of contemporary art exhibitions explores and examines what is happening, how fast contemporary art is changing, (s)he still does not understand what is happening in front of her/him. Various art examples presented in this paper show a new phenomenon that places science, technology, and art on the same side. This opens a new chapter in artistic practice and makes the contemporary scene livelier and more diverse. At this point, we come to the possible sequence of events in art, which brings a new way of expression and provides an interesting space for further research.

Article received: May 20, 2022; Article accepted: July 15, 2022; Published online: October 15, 2022; Original scholarly paper

Author Biography

Predrag Terzić

Faculty of Media and Communication, Singidunum University, Belgrade

Predrag Terzić (b. 1972, Belgrade) graduated from the Belgrade Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Painting in 2000, Professor Čedomir Vasić’s class; obtained his MA from the same Academy. In 2001, he became a member of the Serbian Association of Fine Artists (ULUS). He is currently in the Ph.D. program in the theory of art and media, Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Arts in Belgrade, preparing his Ph.D. thesis on the theme of: “Study of views: the question of space and new reading of the image”, under the supervision of prof. Divna Vuksanović PhD. Work in the Faculty of Media and Communication, Singidunum University, Belgrade, Serbia. The book: Avert the Eyes, ProArtOrg, Belgrad, Serbia, 2012. The projects were curated: Mogu biti gadno strpljiv(a) [I Can Be Outrageously Patient], Museum of Contemporary Art, Banja Luka, RS BiH, 2013; Dekodiranje [Decoding], National Museum Montenegro, Cetinje, Montenegro, 2014; Sit-no (Mladen Miljanović), Gallery 42, Cetinje, Montenegro, 2015; Kreni putem kojeg nema, Dom Omladine Belgrade, Serbia, 2016; Precaire, Dom omladine, Belgrade, Serbia, 2017.


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How to Cite

Terzić, P. (2022). Processes of Our Mediated Spaces. AM Journal of Art and Media Studies, (29), 29–42.



Main Topic: Contemporary Aesthetics of Art and Technology