Beny Wagner is an artist, filmmaker, writer and lecturer. Working in moving image, text, installation and lectures, he constructs non-linear narratives that probe the ever shifting threshold of the human body in time. Since 2017, much of his work is produced in the context of an ongoing collaboration with Sasha Litvintseva. Wagner has presented work in festivals, exhibitions and conferences globally including: Berlinale, International Film Festival Rotterdam, CPH:DOX, Open City Documentary Festival, EXiS Seoul, Courtisane, Tate Modern, Museum of Moving Image New York, Eye Film Museum Amsterdam, Criterion Channel, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Los Angeles Film Forum, Seoul Media City Biennale, Berlin Atonal, Venice Biennale, White Columns among many others. His work has been featured in Artforum, BOMB Magazine, Filmmaker Magazine, Spike Magazine Quarterly, Frieze Magazine, Kaleidoscope Press and Flash Art. His films have won numerous awards including Best Short Film at IndieLisboa and Best Short Documentary at Guanajuato International Film FestivalHe is a lecturer on Fine Art Critical Studies at Goldsmiths, University of London.


Sasha Litvintseva is an artist, filmmaker and writer, whose work is situated on the uncertain thresholds of the perceptible and the communicable, organism and environment, and knowledge regimes and power, at the intersection of media, ecology and the history of science. Her work has been exhibited and screened worldwide including at the Berlinale, CPH:DOX, Courtisane, Cinema Du Reel film festivals, Tate Modern, the Baltic Triennial and Seoul Mediacity Biennale, Museum of the Moving Image New York, ICA London, LA Filmforum, Transmediale, Videobrasil, and Criterion Channel, among many others. Her films have won numerous awards internationally, including the Sylvestre Award for Best Short Film at IndieLisboa, Best Short Documentary at Guanajuato Film Festival and a Special Mention at CPH:DOX. Litvintseva is a senior lecturer in film at Queen Mary University of London and holds a PhD in Media, Communications and Cultural Studies from Goldsmiths.