Dr.Tiara Roxanne was born in a ghost town. She is a scholar, practitioner, and poet based in Berlin. Her research and theoretical essays investigate the relationship between the Indigenous Body and AI. As a practitioner, her mediums include clay and textiles which are rooted in her work as an artist and writer. Moreover, she writes poetry which has been widely published and featured in New Delta Review, continent, and The Monster Issue of Gesture: A Literary Journal. She received the Zora Neale Hurston Award from Naropa University in 2013 where she graduated from with her MFA. Under the supervision of Catherine Malabou, Tiara completed her dissertation, "Recovering Indigeneity: Territorial Dehiscence and Digital Immanence" in June 2019. She is currently a Researcher at DeZIM-Institut in Berlin, Germany.
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