London-based Alisa Oleva ordinarily treats the city as her studio and urban life as material. Her projects have manifested as a series of interactive situations, performances, movements scores, personal and intimate encounters, parkour, walkshops, and audio walks.
Since the early days of the pandemic she has been creating self-isolation scores, inviting the audience to interact with their home in a different way. This process invites close attention to our surroundings and a sense of communal purpose between those taking part.
The scores appear on the website and then disappear. There is no archive. They come and go.