SASHA ELINA
ABOUT 
CURATING
  1. CONTACT RESULTS IN CONTAGION
  2. MUSIC SPACE ARCHITECTURE
  3. CONNECTION
  4. RASSADA
THE SAME
NEWS/SOON
CONTACT
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Sasha Elina is a curator and performer specialising in experimental and new music, sound installation and improvisation. In her work she strives to create conditions for artistic autonomy, this in the framework of close collaboration. Recent projects and research focus on the question of how sound is embedded into different physical spaces.


BIO

Sasha Elina (b. 1994) is a curator and performer living between Russia and the UK. Her major curatorial showcases include Music Space Architecture Festival in partnership with Moscow Architecture School MARCH (2018), the STIKOVKA program at the New Tretyakov Gallery (2015), the Place of Sound new music programme at the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre (2015-16), the ‘Connection’ group spatial composition at the Prince Golitsyn Family Estate (The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts), the RASSADA open-air concerts in the 6th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art (2016) and many more. In April 2019 she curated the 2-week solo exhibition ‘Contact Results in Contagion’ by Cameron Graham (UK) in the Solyanka Gallery.
Since 2017, Sasha has directed the Moscow-based experimental music ensemble DianaPlaysPerception.
As a performer — flute player and vocalist — she was a member of the Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble (MCME), Moscow Scratch Orchestra, as well as various small groups and ensembles playing new and free improvised music. She is a member of The Same Ensemble (a duo with composer Kirill Shirokov) and other collaborative projects. Sasha was a OneBeat 2019 Fellow — a U.S. State Department Programme produced by Bang on a Can’s Found Sound Nation.


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