Alina Ozerova is a filmmaker and sound artist. Her videos and audiovisual installations are inspired by 'journey' as a narrative structure and physical experience: involuntary travels, evacuation routes, memory circuits and motion of sound. Her works often start from a documentary standpoint. Working with time based media she also explores its manifestation in space through installations.
A documentary audiovisual installation inspired by the act of listening and involuntary routes which voices and bodies of birds are following , 2017.
A documentary essay re-interpreting touristic voyage to the outer folds of Iron Curtain in 1980, 2015
A fiction short film constructed as a journey of the guide character through a fear-research facility, 2015
A documentary short on the travel between memory and imagination wrapped around a century old wooden house in Russia, wip.
The trilogy is a visual and auditory study on the difference between alive and moving, 2013
Hybrid documentary about a family moving to a scientific town in Ukraine to get their sick baby mystically healed in local villages, 2014.
Audiovisual installation that explores emergency maneuvers and plan of a forced journey, 2015-16.