Tatiana works with movement, healing, visual arts, and nature, this areas were experienced on their own and through out the years have interweaved into a closer interconnected and inseparable web. She got her BFA at San Francisco Art Institute, she goes on self guided deep nature immersions, and currently is studying “Life/Art Process” training at Tamalpa Institute with Daria and Anna Halprin. Her solo shows include diciembre a febrero, in the Museo de la Ciudad de México, Mind Fills, at the Cervantes Institute of New Delhi, and Savia Roja, at the Barcelona Botanical Garden, and Dark Matter at Svilova Gallery Sweden (http://svilova.org/gallery/
Some of her group shows include Moleskine Detour in NY and Berlin; Inner Geographies/Crossing Paths, at Tokyo Wonder Site, in Japan; Nostalgia, Pride and Fear, at BMB gallery in Bombay and ON PAPER at Yusto / Giner gallery in Marbella, The Quest of Power, Moscow Biennale 2015 (This exhibition was in response to an expedition in South Siberia); between others. Apart of her work as a visual artist she has collaborated in curatorial projects for the Embassy of Mexico in Japan, as well as having co-founded Yautepec Gallery in Mexico City. Tatiana was an artist in residence at Kriti Gallery in Varanasi, India. She independently published A Subtle Understanding of Waking Perception (http://tatianamusi.blogspot.
com.ar/2013/09/a-subtle- understanding-of-waking.html? m=1) an artist book about the understanding of nature through intuition and perception and Transparencias (http://libros.malaletra.com/ colecciones/hilo/183-ttatimus. html) a digital artist book with editorial Malaletra.