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.