TM Sisters


The TM Sisters collaborate in video, performance, large-scale installation, and two-dimensional works to break the walls of time, tense, and consciousness. Their brand of exuberant, aquarium dance rites and colorful performance court viewers with the inherent movement of telepathy, hypnosis, light tricks, and the seriousness of play. The TM Sisters use media to probe human behavior. Tasha and Monica Lopez de Victoria hijack technological nostalgia, youth couture, and the spiritual force that dares space and inhabitants real and imagined, organic and artificial, to celebrate as one. They channel their aesthetic to close the connotative distance between tropical and topical in all environments and experiences.

Monica and Tasha López De Victoria (The TM Sisters) were born in Gainesville, FL and they live and work in Miami.  Monica received her BFA from Florida International University and Tasha received her BFA from New World School of the Arts, Miami. Their work has been exhibited nationally and internationally including Uncertain States of America which traveled to venues including the Serpentine Gallery, London, Bard College, NY and Museum of Modern Art, Oslo, Norway, among many others. Their work has also appeared in many publications including ARTnews, New York Times Style Magazine, Art + Auction, Flash Art, The Guardian, Artforum among others.