Oleksiy Radynski is a filmmaker and writer based in Kyiv. He is a participant in the Visual Culture Research Center, an initiative for art, knowledge, and politics founded in Kyiv in 2008. Since 2011, he has been an editor of Ukrainian edition of Political Critique magazine. He is a BAK 2019/2020 Fellow at basis voor actuele kunst (BAK), Utrecht.
His films include Incident in the Museum (2013), Ukraine Goes To War (with Tomáš Rafa, 2014), and Integration (2014). They have been screened at Oberhausen International Short Film Festival, Institute for Contemporary Arts (London), DOK Leipzig, e-flux bar laika, International Studio and Curatorial Program (New York), and other venues, and have received a number of awards at film festivals.
His texts had recently been published in the anthologies Soviet Modernism 1955-1991: Unknown Stories (2012), Post-Post-Soviet?: Art, Politics, and Society in Russia at the Turn of Decade (2013); Sweet Sixties: Spirits and Specters of a Parallel Avant-Garde (2014), Proxy Politics: Power and Subversion in a Networked Age (2017), Being Together Precedes Being (2018), Art and Theory of Post-1989 Central and East Europe: A Critical Anthology (2018); and in e-flux journal, Political Critique, Regarding Spectatorship, colta.ru and other publications.