Sasha Litvintseva is an artist filmmaker and writer researcher, whose work is situated on the uncertain thresholds of the perceptible and the communicable, organism and environment, and entropy and quantification, at the intersection of media, ecology and the history of science. She is currently working on a long-term collaborative project with Beny Wagner.
Her work has been exhibited worldwide including solo presentations at Institute of Contemporary Art, London; Berlinische Galerie, Modern Art Museum Berlin; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; Union Docs, New York; CIAP Kunstverein, Genk; Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin; screenings including at the Berlinale, Rotterdam, Courtisane, Cinema Du Reel, Punto de Vista, RIDM film festivals; and group presentations at MUMOK Vienna; CAC Vilnius; Moscow Museum of Modern Art; Museum of the Moving Image, New York; Sonic Acts; Berlin Atonal and the Videobrasil, Moscow Young Art, Wroclaw Media Art and Venice Architecture biennales and the Baltic Triennial, among many others.
Sasha is a lecturer in film at Queen Mary University of London and holds a PhD in Media, Communications and Cultural Studies from Goldsmiths. She is currently working on a book monograph on Geological Filmmaking, and is the co-author, with Beny Wagner, of the book All Thoughts Fly: Monster, Taxonomy, Film. Her writing has also appeared in books and journals including e-flux and Environmental Humanities journals.