so that everything doesn’t happen at once

This intervention takes place at the Muntplein in Brussels during the day on Saturday October 13, 2018 without an audience. It will be documented and mapped in different ways and subsequently presented and discussed on Saturday evening, October 13, 2018, at 7pm in a conversation with Rozalinda Borcila, Martin Belou, Naïmé Perrette, Jeroen Peters and C.K. Raju.


So that everything doesn’t happen at once is an experiment in generating folds in space and time, using the Muntplein as a real-time film set that is a space both of production and of image consumption. Time and space loop back on themselves, accelerate, decelerate, rupture. Multiple folds of space-time coexist in perpetual perceptual feedback loops of multiplicity and simultaneity. This project is part of an ongoing long-term collaboration between Sasha Litvintseva and Beny Wagner, explored through the production of moving image, lectures, texts, and curatorial projects.

Sasha Litvintseva and Beny Wagner

Sasha Litvintseva (b. 1989, Russia) is a filmmaker, artist, writer, and researcher. She is currently working on a PhD proposing the concept of geological filmmaking at Goldsmiths, where she is a founding member of the Screen and Audiovisual Research Unit and lecturer in Media Arts. She is also an independent curator of moving image and co-curator of November Film Festival.
Her work is situated on the intersection of geological, embodied, and historical temporalities and materialities. It has been exhibited worldwide, including at Berlinale Forum Expanded, Rotterdam International Film Festival, Kunstverein Gottingen, Kasseler Dokfest, Cinema Du Reel, Kino Der Kunst, Videobrasil, and the Moscow Biennale for Young Art.

Beny Wagner (b. 1985, Berlin) is an artist and writer based in Berlin. Working in moving image, text, installation, and lectures, he constructs non-linear narratives. He is currently a lecturer at Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. 
His work has screened films internationally, including at the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Media Art Biennale WRO, Movimenta Biennale, Rongwrong, Amsterdam, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Art Athina, Impakt Festival, 5th and 6th Moscow Biennale for Young Art. He has been featured in Artforum, Spike Magazine Quarterly, Flash Art, and Frieze Magazine. Wagner graduated with honors from Bard College, New York, in 2008. He was a researcher at Jan van Eyck Academy, Netherlands, in 2015–16.

Their collaborative work has been exhibited at the Moscow Biennale for Young Art; Plato, Ostrava; Berlin Atonal.