Alisa Berger

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Tripping w/Ukraine – April 2022.
alisa berger – Tripping w/ Alien Aliosha · Tripping w/ Ukraine (April 2022)

This radio episode, which was made together with @aemlx.global, is focussing on our friends musicians and DJs from Ukraine, and their activities of resistance since the beginning of the war that Russia started against Ukraine.

Artists: Oleh Shpudeiko @heinali , Alexey Shmurak @alexey-shmurak , Emilia Kurylowicz @aeglobal , Olesia Onykiienko @nfnr_music , John Object @johnobject , Anna Khvyl @anna-khvyl

Donations Links

1) Paypal of Olesia’s initiative mentioned in the show: olesia.onykiienko@gmail.com

2) The Armed Forces of Ukraine: UA843000010000000047330992708

https://bank.gov.ua/en/news/all/natsionalniy-bank-vidkriv-spetsrahunok-dlya-zboru-koshtiv-na-potrebi-armiyi

3) Humanitarian aid: UA823000010000032302338301027

https://bank.gov.ua/en/news/all/natsionalniy-bank-vidkriv-rahunok-dlya-gumanitarnoyi-dopomogi-ukrayintsyam-postrajdalim-vid-rosiyskoyi-agresiyi

Links to in the show mentioned initiatives:

Live from Ukraine: www.youtube.com/channel/UCQi5W_FM-7aAZQzs9q53PEg

Boiling Room: boilingroom.info/

Tracklist:

1. Excerpt from Heinali / Oleh Shpudeiko – Live from Ukraine 9

2. Alexey Shmuraks – Из чистого стекла

3. Excerpt from Live from Ukraine 5: Liliya Nikitchuk and Iryna Kirchanova – Henry Purcell’s Dido’s Lament (from opera Dido and Aeneas)

4. Excerpt from Live from Ukraine 1: Antony Baryshevsky – “Greenland”, a piano cycle by Alexey Shmurak

5. Excerpt from Live from Ukraine 8: Yakiv Tsvietinskyi and Vladyslav Grudnitskiy – “Landscapes of a free land”

6. Alexey Shmurak – “return”

7. xcerpt from Heinali / Oleh Shpudeiko – Live from Ukraine 9

8. unwavemenot – Without regular operation

9. NFNR Kon2r

10. Burning Woman – Clarity

11. Oi Fusk – Жаба

12. Standard Deviation x Mystictrax – Human Margareeta – In Your Face

13. John Object – Heat – Drake-Future

14. undo despot – Protoka – 13 South Comrades

March 1 to March 8, 2022

July 21 to July 28, 2020

K-Saram collages, 2020

April 21 to April 28, 2020

Alisa Berger is a media artist and filmmaker, born 1987 in Makhachkala (Republic of Dagestan, Russia) and raised in Lviv (Ukraine) and Essen (Germany), currently lives and works in Cologne (Germany). Alisa studied film and fine arts at Academy of Media Art Cologne (KHM) and Universidad Nacional de Colombia Bogotá. She was the recipient of the Best Film Award for New Directors at Int. Film Festival Uruguay and the Screenplay Award of H.W. Geißendörfer. Her work has been exhibited at BACC – Bangkok Art & Culture Centre, MMOMA Moscow, Anthology Film Archives NY, European Media Art Festival, Videonale Parkour Bonn, Dovzhenko Film Centre, KAI10 Arthena Foundation, KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art, NCCA – Ural National Centre of Contemporary Art, Armenian Art Fair, HMKV Hartware MedienKunstVerein Dortmund, OAG Tokyo, Nakanojo Biennale, Seoul Art Space Geumcheon.

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