Alina Ozerova is a filmmaker and sound artist. Her audiovisual installations are often inspired by 'journey' as a narrative structure and physical experience. She works with audience participation, tactile sound, binaural recordings and non-vertical listening positions. The physicality of sound perception is in the core of her sonic practice. 


Participatory sound installation, 2019

Non-vertical listening I

Workshops, Quito, Ecuador, 2019

The ear is a muscle

Participatory sound installation, work in progress

Things I payed and did not pay for

Sound performance, work-in-progress

Take me, bring me

Participatory sound installation, 2018


Binaural audio installation and online store, 2016


Binaural audio installation and online store, 2017

What constellation is a feathered animal?

Sound installation for multiple speakers and motors, 2018

Think of balance as a verb

Participatory sound installation, 2018

Does the bird who flies with bats 

sleep upside down? Mixed media installation, 2018

Non-vertical listening

Participatory performances for listeners, on-going


3 channel sound piece for 3 CD players, 6 min, 2017. 

Bob Marley is the Name of a Bird

Performance: live soundtrack, voice, spoken word, 15 min, 2017. 

During the period of 2018-2019 Alina Ozerova is supported by Werkbijdrage Jong Talent stipend of Mondriaan Fonds