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Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages and Linguistics


Geistė Marija Kinčinaitytė

Geistė Marija Kinčinaitytė





Dr Isabelle McNeill

About Me

Geistė Marija Kinčinaitytė is a Lithuanian artist and a doctoral candidate. She holds a BA in Media and Communications and an MA in Film and Screen Studies from Goldsmiths, University of London. Alongside her research interests, Geistė also engages with her own photographic and moving image practice, which contributes to her approach to research as a form of embodied knowledge.


Geistė’s research project Investigating the Corporeal in Artists’ Films and Moving Image Installations focuses on artists’ moving image installations and their capacity for affect and experience. The project seeks to investigate the potential of such installations to function as sites for an experiential critique of the established discourse on contemporary media environments. Geistė works at the intersection of media theory, contemporary art, philosophy and film studies.


2019-22 OOC AHRC DTP Studentship, University of Cambridge

2014-15 MA Scholarship, Goldsmiths, University of London

2015, 2017, 2019, 2020 Artist grants awarded by the Lithuanian Council for Culture


2020-21 Supervisor for CS6: European Cinema (Tripos Part II paper), Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages and Linguistics, University of Cambridge

Conference papers

2021 (upcoming) ‘A Planet of People (2017-2019): Interactive 3D Human Scanning as Critique’, NECS Conference. Transitions: Moving Images and Bodies, University of Palermo

2017 ‘Part 2. Bodies Inside Out: Investigating the Corporeal in Moving Image Installations’, NECS Conference. Sensibility and the Senses. Media, Bodies, Practices, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3

2016 ‘Part 1. Bodies Inside Out: Investigating the Corporeal in Moving Image Installations’, 22nd International Conference of Film Studies. Contemporary Film and Media Aesthetics, Università Roma Tre

Other activities and roles

Alongside her own active creative practice and doctoral research, Geistė has published magazine articles on contemporary photographers, and writes essays for various catalogues. She has edited an exhibition catalogue for her ongoing project You Belong to Me (2014-) with contributions by Prof Joanna Zylinska, Dr Luci Eldridge, Jurij Dobriakov and Jogintė Bučinskaitė.

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