Tiana Marie Mincey is a researcher and visual artist making ties between social issues of race, imperialism, colonialism, housing politics, and self-identity. Her quilted and fiber-based works utilize traditions of collage, crochet and quilt making to call into question status-quo conditions. Ranging from personal and emotional to a critique of a larger socio-political system, her process includes the use of clothing, hair, denim, natural foods as stains, newspapers and found materials collected from site-specific locations.

She is a recent graduate of The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and lives between Chicago, IL. New York City and Montclair, NJ. She is currently working in Puebla, Mexico on a short-term research project.