Alisa Oleva, London, England
Born 1989. Based in London. Alisa Oleva holds an MA in Performance from Goldsmiths. She treats the city as her studio and urban life as material, to consider issues of urban choreography and urban archaeology, traces and surfaces, borders and inventories, intervals and silences, passages and cracks. Her projects have manifested as a series of interactive situations, performances, movement scores, personal and intimate encounters, parkour, walkshops, and audio walks. She has made work site-specifically in various cities: London, Manchester, Leeds, Berlin, Belgrade, Pori, Minsk, Kyiv, Dnipro, Moscow, Norilsk.
Personal site
Tracing the inside, a home performance, Stay LIVE, Performistanbul, online, 2020
View from the window, a session of collective looking and sharing, online, organised by Artsvit gallery, Dnipro, 2020
Russian Manchester, a guided walk through an imagined city, New Russias festival, Manchester, 2020
Repeated walk, a collective walk,

Work Hard! Play Hard!, Minsk, 2019

Lozhechka, one-to-one action,

Work Hard! Play Hard!, Minsk, 2019

Shared sea walks, one-to-one walks,

Izolyatsia art residency, Mariupol, 2019

Breadcrumbs, a 24 hours durational performance,
Making the EXIT, Chisenhale Dance Space, London, 2019
Reflections walk, performance

Work Hard! Play Hard!, Minsk, 2018

Please hold, audiowalk, Assembly of Disturbance

Red Gallery, London, 2017

A visit to an art gallery without looking, walking score, Denial as the Leading Principle, Dordrecht, 2017
Simultaneous walk, a psychogeographic collective performance, State Centre for Contemporary Art, Moscow, 2017
Ringback tone, audio installation,

Belyaevo Gallery, Moscow, 2017

Group exercises, performance,

Work Hard! Play Hard!, Minsk, 2017

You are here, audio guide, Under the Ground of Our Times, Museum of Contemporary Art, Pori, 2017
A song for two, audio installation,

Dotyk queer festival, Minsk, 2017

Shortcut, sound installation,

Norilsk, 2017

I will show you Minsk, performance,

Work Hard! Play Hard!, Minsk, 2016

40.8, audio walk,

GRAD Gallery, London, 2016

Eisenstein's circle, audio walk,

GRAD Gallery, London, 2016

Map of silences, a soundmap,

Dnepropetrovsk, 2015

Silent excursion, performance,

exhibited at periscope gallery, Salzburg, 2014