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Sasha Litvintseva

Sasha Litvintseva is an artist-filmmaker and writer-researcher whose work is situated on the uncertain thresholds of human / nonhuman, inside / outside and perceptible / communicable, the intersection of media and the ecology and history of science. She is deeply invested in moving image as an embod­ied, affective medium. Her work has been exhibited worldwide, including Berlinale; Rotterdam International Film Festival; Videobrasil; The Moscow Biennale for Young Art; Wroclaw Media Art Biennale; Sonic Acts; Mumok, Vienna, including solo presentations at Institute of Contemporary Art, London; Berlinische Galerie, Modern Art Museum Berlin; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; Courtisane Film Festival; Union Docs, New York, among others. She is a lecturer in Film Theory and Practice at Queen Mary University of London, and is currently completing a PhD at Goldsmiths University, which proposes the concept of geological filmmaking. Her academic writing has appeared in special issues of Environ­mental Humanities and Transformations journals, and in publications by Sonic Acts.