Tania De Rozario
Artist • Curator • Writer
Tania De Rozario is an artist, writer and curator. She is interested in personal stories and how they connect to larger socio-cultural issues of sex, gender and sexual orientation. Author of Tender Delirium (Math Paper Press, Feb 2013) and Reasons for the Rain (The Substation, Nov 2013), she is currently penning her third book, And The Walls Come Crumbling Down, with the support of the 2012 NAC Arts Creation Fund.
Tania was the 2011 recipient of the SPH-NAC Golden Point Award for English Poetry, is co-founder/curator of Etiquette, Singapore's first annual arts event focused on feminist issues and has undertaken residencies at Hedgebrook (USA) and Sangam House (India). She has also recently been selected to be part of The Substation's Associate Artist Research Programme. As part of this programme, she will be embarking on a two-year research project that aims to re-present the practices of artist-activists in Singapore with a project called Making Trouble.
On the side, Tania freelances as an art-writer and art educator, teaching drawing at The Substation and Contemporary Contextual Studies at LASALLE College of the Arts.