Tiara Roxanne (PhD) is an Indigenous cyberfeminist, scholar and artist based in Berlin. Her research and artistic practice investigates the encounter between the Indigenous Body and AI by interrogating colonial structures embedded within machine learning systems. Her work more specifically explores the notion that decolonization is not possible and therefore we must establish decolonial gestures, a concept she has been developing from the start of her dissertation, "Recovering Indigeneity: Territorial Dehiscence and Digital Immanence," which was completed in June of 2019 under the supervision of Catherine Malabou. In this way, decolonial gestures stand in as forces and modes of decolonial or anti-colonial embodied actions. Moreover, as a performance artist and practitioner, she works between the digital and the material using textile. Currently her work is mediated through the color red. Tiara has presented her work at Images Festival (Toronto), Squeaky Wheel Film and Media Art Center (NY), Trinity Square Video (Toronto), SOAS (London), SLU (Madrid), Transmediale (Berlin), Duke University (NC), re:publica (Berlin), Tech Open Air (Berlin), AMOQA (Athens), among others.