Lucie Tuma was born in Zurich and studied Dance, Choreography and Theater in Prague, Montpellier and Giessen. Her works generate time-based sculptures in times lacking time through material-based processes, poetics and critical fabulation. Her productions encompass dance performances, concert situations, books, geomanthic walks and music albums. In 2017, her feminist alter ego Æmber Tardis started manifesting. In 2008 and together with Cecilie Ullerup Schmidt, she founded the duo Chuck Morris as a unit to dissolve individual artistic identity and as a long term relationship over 50 years. In 2014, she has been awarded the annual prize for choreography and performance by the City of Zurich. From 2015-2017, she was Young Associated Artist for Tanzhaus Zürich, a program supported by Pro Helvetia. Since 2012, she has has been involved as a researcher inside and outside of institutions, teaching theory and practice within the field of Performing Arts. Her works have been presented at festivals and at live art venues such as Gessnerallee Zurich, Tanzhaus Zurich, Gâre du Nord Basel, ADC Geneva (Swiss Dance Days 2017), Usine Geneva, Südpol Lucerne, Brut Vienna, Sophiensaele Berlin, MDT Stockholm, Kampnagel Hamburg, Mousonturm Frankfurt, BoraBora Århus, Dansehallerne Copenhagen, Inkonst Malmö, ACC Gwanju (KOR), International Art Center Kinosaki (J), Art Safiental 2020 and Zarya Center for Contemporary Art Wladiwostok (RUS). In summer 2020 she became part of the curatorial team of Shedhalle Zürich.