Tiare Ribeaux is a Hawaiian-American new media artist whose work explores the entanglements of human technologies and infrastructures with mythologies, the environment, and non-human species. She is interested in living systems, deep/dark/media ecology, rhizomatic networks, speculative futures, multi-species and collaborative entanglements. She’s also grown algae to convert to biofuel in Kona, Hawaii, and studied harmful algal blooms off the coast of Puget Sound.
She recently completed an international artist fellowship as part of the ZERO1 American Arts Incubator in Kyiv, Ukraine, and has shown work both nationally and internationally, including ISEA Hong Kong, Transmediale, IZOLYATSIA and Tokyo Fashion Week. She is currently the Artistic Director of B4BEL4B Gallery, produced the Soundwave 7 Biennial in San Francisco in 2016, and has worked with the de Young Museum, California Academy of Sciences, Fort Mason Center for the Arts, and the Oakland Museum of California, among others.