Cultural worker, co-founder of the collective and in(ter)dependent space La Sala. She is currently researching the possibilities of permaculture as a methodology in contemporary art, as part of the Jerwood Arts 2020 creative support programme (UK). During 2021-22 she is developing the project "fantasmas que circulan" as part of the NO EXPO programme at the Museo Reina Sofía, Madrid. In 2019 she was part of the curatorial team of FotoNoviembre'19 at TEA, Tenerife. Between 2015 and 2018 she was curator of the Public Programmes and Research department at Nottingham Contemporary (UK), where she initiated cross-cutting collective processes around institutional analysis, ecology and mental health.
Degree in Fine Arts and Master in Contemporary Philosophy. She has participated in artistic collectives and self-publishing projects, such as FLIA and with her own fanzine publishing house. She has also been a member of neighbourhood spaces such as the Impremta Col·lectiva de Can Batlló.
She has been organizing and administering companies and self-employed since 1993. She is an expert in administrative procedures with public entities and in the resolution of management problems, having been professionally involved in several companies and associations for more than fifteen years.
He has worked in assembly of stands for several international fairs, in assembly of scenographies by tours and several tasks of maintenance by theater companies and street art.
Open calls / Internacional projects
After graduating in Art and Design at the Escola Massana, she completed a Master in Artistic Production and Research at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Barcelona. She has worked in many cultural projects and institutions in parallel to her artistic career, from which she investigates around perception and language.