Immortality still 6


Sasha Litvintseva (UK)
video, 2014, 12:26

Speculative theories on immortality and the end of the Universe combine with personal history’s brushes with global nuclear disasters, 90s Apocalyptic films invade domestic spaces, and tourism competes with google street view in this meditation on the speed of information, individual and collective memory, and individual and collective fear of individual and collective death. What if you could be everywhere at once?

Sasha Litvintseva (UK), born 1989 in Polyarniye Zori, Russia, lives and works in London. Graduated with first class honours from a BA Fine Art at the Slade School of Art, also attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design, currently beginning a Masters Degree in Experimental film at Kingston University. Has taken part in the Werner Herzog Rogue Film School, the inaugural edition of the Oberhausen Seminar, and is a member of the LUX Critical Forum. Has shown work across the UK, USA, Germany and in Canada, France, Denmark, Italy, Serbia, Romania and Lithuania; in film festivals including Kassel Documentary Film Festival, Athens Film and Video Festival, Antimatter Film Festival, Aesthetica Short Film Festival, Alternative Film and Video Festival, and galleries including Banner Repeater London, Sassoon Gallery London, “Heterotopias” show in New York, Celeste Art Prize in Assab One Milan, and the critically acclaimed “World Music” show at Carlos/Ishikawa London. Has also published an artist book.