Tanja Markovic was born in Belgrade in 1970. She graduated in Psychology from the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Belgrade. She was a postgraduate student of Theory of Arts and Media at the University of Arts, Belgrade. A member of the Druga Scena (Other Scene) platform of the Belgrade independent scene, she has also done activistic work with the Women at Work and The Center for Queer Studies. She has had several performances in Belgrade, Zagreb, Ljubljana and London in collaboration with the TkH group, and has exhibited installations in group exhibitions in Belgrade, Vienna, San Diego and Timisoara. She is the author of several theoretical and artistic texts (published in TkH Journal for Performing Arts Theory), poetry (magazines: ProFemina, Treći trg, Agon, Anthology of contemporary poetry Tracing the Gender-Meaning of Engagement, DEVE, Belgrade, 2006); and, along with Tamara Suskic and Ana Seferovic, is the co-author of the drama plays Discreet Women, Decorative Child and Great Dane (published in Book 24 / 7 of Love, DEVE, Belgrade 2007, and in Scene, Theater Arts Review, 2008) and Navigation (public readings in theatre Preglej, Ljubljana, 2008 and in Sterijino pozorje, Novi Sad, 2009). She is also co-author of a scientific work in psycholinguistics: Kostić A., Marković T., Baucal A., Inflectional Morphology and Word Meaning: Orthogonal or Co-implicative Cognitive Domain? published in Morphological Structure in Language Processing (ed. R.Harald Baayen & Robert Schreuder), Monton de Gruyter, Berlin, New York, 2003.