e-flux Video & Film welcomes Lukas Brasiskis

e-flux Video & Film welcomes Lukas Brasiskis


Lukas Brasiskis.

March 15, 2021
e-flux Video & Film welcomes Lukas Brasiskis
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e-flux is pleased to welcome Lukas Brasiskis, our new associate curator of Video & Film.

Lukas is a film and media researcher and curator, currently a PhD candidate at New York University in the Department of Cinema Studies and an adjunct professor at NYU and CUNY/Brooklyn College. His interests include eco-media, the politics and aesthetics of world cinema, and intersections between philosophy, moving-image cultures, and the contemporary art world. His texts have been published in both academic and non-academic media and he is currently co-editing a volume on Cinema and the Environment in Eastern Europe for Berghahn Books and Jonas Mekas: The Camera is Always Running for Yale University Press. 

Lukas has curated a number of screening programs, including the ongoing True Fake: Troubling the Real in Artists’ Films (e-flux, NY), Ecology After Nature: Industries, Communities, and Environmental Memory (e-flux, NY), From Matter to Data: Ecology of Infrastructures (with Inga Lace, Post MoMa, NY), Environmental Memories in East-Central European Art (Alternative Film/Video Festival, Belgrade), Landscape to be Experienced and to be Read: Time, Ecology, Politics on the work of filmmaker James Benning (CAC, Vilnius), Mermaid with The Movie Camera (Spectacle Theater, NY), Human, Material, Machine (with Leo Goldsmith, CAC, Vilnius, Lithuania), Baltic Poetic Documentary as Ethnographic Cinema (NYU, NY), Welcome to the Anthropocene (CCAMP, Lithuania), and a retrospective of the films of Nathaniel Dorsky (CAC, Vilnius) among others.

We are delighted to have him on board.

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