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Evergreen, Sasha Litvintseva, HD, Colour, Sound, 49 min 9 sec, UK, 2014 Sasha Litvintseva’s Evergreen, follows an immortal traveller’s journey through a series of uninhabited theme parks, postmodern museums and abandoned cities that signify islands of dislocated time, somewhere in a possible future Japan. Such wanderings allow Litvintseva to create a mesmeric experience, that subtly suggests the perpetual struggle for a perfect society and how the unquenchable desire of civilization to document itself, is perhaps driven by an unconscious awareness of its looming demise. Sasha Litvintseva recently exhibited work at Carlos/Ishikawa Gallery, London, Kasseler Dokfest, Kassel, Siauliai Gallery, Lithuania and has solo shows at the AC Institute, New York and Union Pacific, London in 2015. She was born in Russia and lives and works in London. DVD 2 include the featurette 'An Interview With Sasha Litvintseva', directed by Gordon Shrigley and featuring David Burrows and Matt Copson.
|Date Published||20 Nov 2015|
|Publisher||Marmalade Publishers of Visual Theory|