Alëna Korolëva is an artist and curator, who works with sound, photo and video.
Her sound work is focused on field recordings, acoustic ecology, soundscape studies and acousmatic composition. Her technique employes elements of documentary storytelling and experimental music.
Based in Toronto, Canada.

As a neurodivergent person I try to communicate my synaesthetic experiences and to translate my acute sensitivity into the language of sound art.
I'm fascinated by the potential of accidental or routine sounds made by people, machines and animals to create music, by the ability of sound to change its power and meaning when put in concert with others. I find inspiration in finding rhythms in chance encounters, using incompatible fragments to create a tune.