Tatiana Koroleva (b. Surgut, Western Siberia)  is a multi-disciplinary artist and researcher who works in the mediums of performance art, video art, and creative writing. A graduate of a doctoral program in Humanities, and a lecturer at the Department of Studio Arts, at Concordia University (Montreal, QC), Koroleva explores intersections of performative practices and art therapy.

Since 2004, Koroleva has performed locally and internationally including her participation in Miami International Festival of Performance Art (FL,USA), International Biennale of Performance Art DEFORMES (Santiago de Chile, Chile), ITINERANT Festival of Performance Art (New York, USA), International Women’s Film Festival (Buffalo, USA), Body Navigation International Dance Festival (Saint-Petersburg, Russia), and Nuit Blanche Festival of Contemporary Art (Montréal, Canada), among others. Her most recent works were presented at Queens Museum (New York, USA) as a part of LiVEART.US and Sofia Underground International Performance Art Festival (Sofia, Bulgaria).