Tania de Rozario
Tania de Rozario is an artist, writer and curator whose work has been showcased in Singapore, London, San Francisco, Amsterdam, New York and Spain. She is the author of Tender Delirium (2013), which was shortlisted for the 2014 Singapore Literature Prize, and was winner of the 2011 SPH-NAC Golden Point Award for English Poetry. She runs EtiquetteSG, a platform focused on developing and showcasing art, writing, film and music made by women, and is an Associate Artist with The Substation (Singapore).
Tania is interested in issues of gender, sexuality, and art as activism. She has taken up residence at Hedgebrook (USA), Sangam House (India), Toji Cultural Centre (South Korea) and The Unifiedfield (Spain). Her writing can be found in journals and anthologies such as Sow’s Ear Poetry Review, Blue Lyra Review, Softblow, Prairie Schooner, Sante Fe Writers Project, Stories in the End (The Substation) and Balik Kampung 2B (2013).
Her articles about queer issues have been published on blogs such as Popspoken,Yawning Bread, Fridae.com and mitr.tistory.com. She also an art-writer and has written extensively for the National Gallery Singapore’s local and Southeast Asian collections.
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