Alina Ozerova originates from Moscow (1983) and is based in Amsterdam. She is a filmmaker and sound artist whose video works, soundtracks, and sonic installations are inspired by 'journey' as a narrative structure and physical experience: involuntary travels, evacuation routes, restricted trajectories of bodies, and voices. Her artistic practice evolves through the juxtaposition of public (art) space organisations and sensory affirmations within immersive or interactive environments. She experiments with physical settings, which could alter experience of distance and engagement, control and power of the subject in relation to the sonic situations, narratives or objects. Recent showcases of her work include Art Rotterdam (NL), Musical Utopias festival at Korzo theater (Den Haag, NL), Museum of Modern Art (Moscow, RU), De Bijloke Muziek Centrum (Ghent, BE), Museum Night at De Appel Art Center (Amsterdam, NL), Modern Body Festival (Den Haag, NL), Recreacia Festival (Moscow, RU), Kunst op de Koffie art festival (Arnhem, NL), Pakhuis de Zwijger (Amsterdam, NL). She is a part of COM(E)PULSIVE platform for expanded sound art. Alina curates experimental short film programs for FEST – New Directors, New Films Festival (PT), and she is one of the founders of 'About 761 miles per hour' (NL), a performance and sound event series focused on female artists.