Migrations #3 – Sasha Litvintseva

Sasha Litvintseva: Parallel Spaces, Parallel Times

Sasha Litvintseva’s three short films and talk focus on the overlapping temporalities and spatialities of local and tourist life, and in the figure of the ruin and the architectural copy. What is the role of cinematic images and durations in making all these intelligible? Is a cinematic image itself a ruin or a copy? Does it replicate the durations that coexist in a certain space, or does it create another temporal layer which interferes with them?


Alluvion (2013)
Immortality, home and elsewhere (2014)
Exile Exotic (2015)

Sasha Litvintseva is an artist, filmmaker, researcher and curator based in London. Her work has been exhibited worldwide, including Berlinale Forum Expanded, Rotterdam International Film Festival, Wroclaw Media Art Biennale, The Moscow Biennale for Young Art, Modern Art Museum Moscow, Institute of Contemporary Art, London, and Kunstverein Gottingen.

Image: Sasha Litvintseva, Alluvion (2013).

Date/Time Thursday 16 March 2017, 6.30pm
Location The Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design
Room CE1–19 Central House
Free booking Eventbrite
Publication New Cinema and the City: Migrations

New Cinema and the City - Migrations

Migrations #1 – Ektoras Arkomanis

Screening + Talk: Thursday 2 March 2017, 6.30pm

Ektoras Arkomanis: Work / Memories of Work (2016)

Migrations #2 – Nicholas Brooks

Screening + Talk: Thursday 9 March 2017, 6.30pm

Nicholas Brooks: end_stop_repeat_forget_series

Migrations #3 – Sasha Litvintseva

Screening + Talk: Thursday 16 March 2017, 6.30pm

Sasha Litvintseva: Parallel Spaces, Parallel Times

Migrations #4 – Lana Askari

Screening + Talk: Tuesday 21 March 2017, 6.30pm

Lana Askari: Bridge to Kobane

Migrations #5 – Maeve Brennan

Screening + Talk: Wednesday 5 April 2017, 6.30pm

Maeve Brennan: Jerusalem Pink

New Cinema and the City - Migrations

Using film as a research and exploration tool

A mini-series of open lectures and screenings that connect to the module of the same title for Year 4 architecture students.