Tamara Kuselman was born in Buenos Aires and is based in Amsterdam.

In the last years Kuselman attended residencies at Hotel Maria Kapel in NL, 2021, Het Vijfde Seizoen, NL, 2019, "Performance as Process" at Delfina Foundation in London, UK in 2018. Right before that she finished a one-year residency at Jan Van Eyck Academie, in Maastricht, NL. She attended Artist Program at Torcuato Di Tella University during 2016. She got her MFA at Sandberg Institute with Jason Dodge, Nicoline van Harskamp and Raimundas Malašauskas directed by Krist Gruijthuijsen in Amsterdam after studied Fine Arts at University of Barcelona.

Her works were presented at Hotel Maria Kapel (Solo) NL, 2021, Corridor Project Space (Duo) NL, 2020, Hilo Galeria (Solo) AR, 2019, Frascati Theater (Festival) NL, 2019, Tegenboschvanvreden (Group) NL, 2019, Delfina Foundation (Group) UK, 2018, The Ryder Projects, (Solo) UK, 2018, La casa encendida (Group) ES, 2018, Arnhem Museum, (Group) NL, 2016, Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam (Performance) NL, 2016, Frestas Trienal de Artes (Group) BR, 2014, CA2M, (Festival) ES, 2014, De Appel Arts Center (Group) NL, 2013, Palais de Tokio (Group) FR 2013, MACBA (Group) ES, 2012, Trafó Gallery (Duo) HU, 2012, among others.

Now is presenting a new performance commissioned by Bienal de Performance at the CCK in Buenos Aires, with the support of Mondriaan Fonds. She’s also finishing her new feature film: “That What is Common and its distances" that was made with the support of Mondriaan Fonds,Fentener van Vlissingen Fonds,Stichting Stokroos,Fonds Kwadraat and Vijfde Seizoen.