Sasha Litvintseva: Films, Writing, Projects, Info

Immortality, home and elsewhere

12 min / 2014 

Weaving around a theory of immortality based on the premise that our lives are a summation of all the information we consume and process, gleaned from existing theories from a number of scientific disciplines, the film draws on my personal history’s brush with a global nuclear disaster, to precipitate a meditation on the potential role of an individual in the imaginary film/event of our individual or collective death: as a protagonist, or as an extra appearing in a handful of frames at the very moment of their death. If you could experience everything that ever was, would you still be afraid?

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As installed at Last words, so it goes at Turf Projects, London, UK, 2017