Alëna Korolëva is an artist and curator, who works with sound, photo and video. She has a degree in documentary filmmaking, made a few short films and curated programs for film festivals, but since 2018 she's reinvented her practice with sound art. Her sound work is focused on field recordings, soundscape studies and electroacoustic composition. Her technique employes elements of documentary storytelling and musique concrète.

I'm fascinated by the potential of accidental or routine sounds made by people, machines and animals to create music. As a neurodivergent person my art practice is closely related to my acute sensitivities to auditory stimuli and synaesthetic experiencies which I try to translate into the language of sound art.

Based in Tkaronto/Toronto, Canada.