Born in 1975, Bratislava, Slovak Republic. Lives and works in Prague, Czech Republic. Tamara holds an MA from the Academy of Fine Arts, Department of New Media, Prague. She also attended The Bezazel Academy of Fine Art and Design, Jerusalem, as part of an exchange program, the Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Department of Painting, Bratislava, and Avni Institute of Fine Arts, Tel Aviv.
Tamara Moyzes is a video artist. Her work is characterized by the orientation on political issues. In her work she does not choose an academic approach but prefers a direct intervention – she does not comment on reality from a distance but she is a part of the story. People depicted in her fictional documentaries are not real actors and their artistic “role” only emphasizes and completes their real status. To reflect current social contestations she uses a blend of documentary, pathetic and humorous scenes. Parody-like handling of topics is a strategy that does not relieve the situation, on the contrary it presents its fiery nature and content in a form that is not very digestible for us. For Tamara Moyzes video is a tactical and political tool.
Selected exhibitions: 2012 Middle east Europe, DOX Centre for Contemporary Art, Prague (group), Stimmen der ROMA, Munich, Gasteig (group), Reclaiming Identity, Steirischer Herbst, Graz (group), 2011 Mediations Bienale, Poznan (group), Czech Center in Stockholm, Welcome to Prague, Sweden (solo), Mamuta at the Daniela Passal Art & media center, Protocol, Jerusalem (solo), INTEGRA(C)E, Karlin Studios, Prague (solo) / 2010 Transgression, gallery Videotage, Hong Kong, CN (group), Mute Signs, Barcsay Hall, Budapest, HU (group), SHE DEVILE 4, Studio Stefania Miscetti, Roma, IT (solo), Kick the Habit, Festival SOHO in Ottakring, Vienna, AT (group) / 2009 Formáty transformace 89-09, The Brno House of Arts, Brno, CZ (group), The other kind of blue, Czech selection, Gallery VÁCLAVA ŠPÁLY, Prague, CZ (group), Family happiness, Czech Ministry of Culture, Prague, CZ (group), Welcome to Prague, Output gallery, Prague, CZ (solo), Family Happiness, Czech Parlament, Prague, CZ (solo) / 2007 TV t_error, Entrance gallery, Prague, CZ (solo)read more