Alisa Vostiklap Savtchenko (born 1983, Kyiv, Ukraine) lives in Montreal and Berlin. She is interested in the life of dunes, telepathy, Messiah-Machines, and mental trapping.
Much of her artistic practice revolves around the theme of inter-sensitive communication. In works such as "The Hills of Frohnau " and "The Hunt," she has addressed that point of contact in fictional form somewhere between slapstick and documentary. Her films have been shown at the Istanbul International Experimental Film Festival, Hamburg International Short Film Festival, FRACTO Experimental Film Encounter. She is also a member of the sound scenography studio TAUCHER which creates immersive auditory experiences in space.