PUBLIC TALKS AND MODERATED DISCUSSIONS
War Trauma as Cinematographic Specter, or Who Haunts Creative Documentary? A lecture by Lukas Brasiskis, Contemporary Art Center Reading Room, Vilnius, Lithuania, 30 August, 2018.
Name of an Animal? A moderated discussion about a film and video programme curated by the artist Aurelija Maknytė. Contemporary Art Center Cinema, Vilnius, Lithuania, 1 August, 2018.
Becoming-Animal with Cinema, a lecture at the Summer Film Symposium "Cinema Camp: Welcome to the Anthropocene", Antaliepte, Lithuania, 27 July, 2017.
A Short History of Kino-Eye, a lecture at the 7th Summer Film Symposium Cinema Camp: Kino-Eye, Gelgaudiskis, Lithuania, 28 July, 2016.
Human. Material. Machine, daily presentations of screenings in a two-week long film and video program (together with Leo Goldsmith). Contemporary Art Center Cinema, Vilnius, Lithuania, 5-16 August 2015.
Public conversation with Canadian film director Denis Côté at Kaunas International Film Festival. Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania. 28 September 2013.
Moderated discussion with film director Sergei Loznitsa (together with Lina Kaminskaite and Giedre Beinoriute). Mediateque, Vilnius, Lithuania. 17 March 2013.
A Short History of Non-human Cinema, a public talk given at Kaunas International Film Festival, Vytautas Magnus University Gallery 101, Kaunas, Lithuania, 29 September 2012 // Contemporary Art Center, Vilnius, Lithuania, 7 October 2012.
Compilation Films: Possibilities for New Histories to Emerge, a lecture given at 3rd Annual Summer Symposium Cinema Camp organized by Media and Film Education Center “Meno avilys” in Žeimiai, Lithuania. 28 July 2012.
A Non-human Experience of Film, a talk as a "copy" of Laura Kaminskaite’s conceptual artwork „Crocodile is strolling through the shows”. Contemporary Art Center, Vilnius, Lithuania. 4 July 2012.
What is The Meaning of Cinema for Mikhail Iampolski?. A presentation on the notion of temporality in Iampolski's film theory given in the discussion panel during Mikhail Iampolski’s book Language, Body, Chance: Cinema and the Search for Meaning launch (panel’s chair: Natalija Arlauskaite, PhD). Mediateque, Vilnius, Lithuania. 18 April 2012.
A public conversation A Man in Front of The Camera with Hungarian filmmaker Bela Tarr at Kaunas International Film Festival. Vytautas Magnus University Gallery “101”. 5 October 2011.
"Fluid Memory on Screen", a talk given in the Contemporary Past: Moving Images as a Fluid Memory, an international theory-and-practice based film workshop and symposium. Nida’s Art Colony, Lithuania. June 7-21 2011.
A talk given in the International Film Education Forum “Viducate”, Berlin, Germany, 21 March 2009.