Tania Reza has a degree in Contemporary Dance from the University of the Arts of Aguascalientes. She has a postgraduate degree in Dance and Technology Mediation by Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, UNAM.

She is winner of FONCA Jovenes Creadores 2017-2018 in the New Technology category.

She was resident artist of Francisco Toledo's CaSa Oaxaca, as part of the Screen Dance and Expanded Scene lab.

Her work is part of the DanceFilm Collection of the National Art Network.

In 2016, with her video NAVE, she collaborates with Guillermo Galindo (documenta 14) and wins the Best Mexican Dance Film of the year, and won at the Mexico Fashion Film Festival, among other international festival selections.

Her work was included in the first published book of screendance in Mexico "Creación híbirda en videodanza".

She has exhibited in spaces such as the Nevada Museum of Art, the California College of the Arts (CCA), the Spain Cultural Center, the Brava Theater for Women in the Arts and Performatica among others.

She currently has an investigation about movement, repetition and fatigue. She has a special interest in highlighting the importance of the daily movement of any non-dance physical activity and the relationship of our body with technology.