Tiara Roxanne

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 medium is clay which is rooted in her work as an artist and writer. Moreover, she writes poetry and has most recently collaborated with Berlin based Ionian Death Robes on their EP “Old World | New Ruins” which was released in January 2019. Her poetry is widely published and has been 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. Tiara earned an MFA in English and Writing from Naropa University in 2014 and a BA in English Literature and Poetry from Western Colorado State University in 2009. She is a PhD candidate at the European Graduate School, where her dissertation investigates Intergenerational Trauma and Artificial Intelligence. She currently works as a Researcher at DeZIM-Institut in Berlin, Germany where she is exploring AI and Intersectionality.