Tânia was born in Lisbon in 1985. Currently, she is an illustrator, urbanist, and PhD candidate at the University of Amsterdam that investigates the potential of illustration as a form of urban communication. She explores the poetics of everyday life connecting urban experience, place and imagination. Her illustration work has integrated several international collective exhibitions; was awarded the “Worldwide Picture Book Illustration Competition” 2015 in the Netherlands, the “Gorsedh Kernow Creativity Award” 2017 in Cornwall, UK and was a finalist for the “Women Cartoonists International Award” 2019 in Normandy, France.
How We Stopped And Listened To The Birds