Barcelona, 1978. She holds a degree in environmental sciences and a master's degree in ecology from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, and she has worked in scientific research, natural management and environmental policies. Later she graduated in fine arts. Both professions have converged in her artistic projects, in which she studies the interaction between society and its ecological environment. From this double perspective as an environmentalist and artist, Paula uses artistic research as a form of knowledge production in which different disciplines hybridize. She is currently working on a narrative about the Anthropocene from a non-human point of view, using a combination of science, fiction, and art. Her hypothesis is that exploring points of view other than the current anthropocentrism has significant effects on ecological awareness and opens up the range of possible ways of cohabitation. Paula carries out her artistic research on art and political ecology within the framework of the PhD program of Advanced Studies in Artistic Research at the University of Barcelona. The results of this research are shared in congresses, publications (eg BRAC and Political Ecology journals), workshops on art and ecology (UAB, Hangar, La Escocesa, Calafou, Center del Carme de Cultura Contemporània…) and events and exhibitions (Notes on Landscape (…), Kunstraum Lakeside, Austria; Encura # 3, Hangar; Després de la fi del món, CCCB; Aplec Saó; CAN Farrera; Projector International Videoart Festival, Madrid). She was awarded the Guasch-Coranty Artistic Creation Grant 2018-19 and La Escocesa Research and Experimentation Grant 2019. She has been a short (2017) and long term (2018-2020) resident artist in Hangar, Barcelona.