Multidisciplinary researcher in science, art and technology. Born 1985 in Israel. She graduated a B.Sc. degree, double major in Physics and Biology at the University of Tel-Aviv, where she had worked in the laboratory of complex systems, Bioinformatics and as a physics teacher. Then she studied an Interdisciplinary Master in Cognitive Systems and Interactive Media at UPF, Barcelona, her thesis project in the Music Technology Group (MTG) focused on Real-Time sonification of human movement and its effect on body perception. Currently a PhD candidate in computational Neuroscience at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, studying motor involvement in auditory perception, imagery and learning. Apart from her scientific career Tamar is involved in projects combining arts and technologies, working with audiovisual, electronic and physiological tools - see tamarz.website.