She is a multidisciplinary artist, a Doctor of Fine Arts from the UCM, and a researcher and teacher at the Faculty of Fine Arts at the Complutense University of Madrid. She is a member of the UCM research group Artistic practices and new contemporary forms of knowledge.
She is currently a research member of the Project I+D+i: Interactions of art in the technosphere of MINECO (2017-2021). She is an expert on emerging contemporary artistic strategies and practices that address the systemic environmental crisis and the current issues that humans, technology, and nature are facing.
Her work attempts to bring the western instrumentalization of wild space to light and suggests a new landscape imagining that is more in tune with the Anthropocene epoch in which we live.
Her concepts, which are mostly created using a multidisciplinary artistic language, have an exploratory aesthetic that falls somewhere between art and science.
She has carried out an intense artistic career through her participation in numerous exhibitions (individual and collective) in galleries, museums and art fairs, in Spain and in Argentina, Peru, Chile, USA, Italy, Greece, Ireland, and France. Outstanding among her individual exhibitions are those held at the Centro Párraga-CENDEAC in Murcia, the MAS (Museum of Contemporary Art of Santander) and at the Centro Cultural Intermediae Matadero Madrid. Museums and art foundations in Spain, both private and public, own her works such as: CAB Museo de arte de Burgos, MAS Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Santander, Fundación MonteMadrid, Fundación Antonio Pérez, Fundación Unicaja de Andalusia or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Spain (AECI).
She has developed projects of innovation and artistic production in Spain, France, Ireland and Italy, supported by the Administration such as the Grant for the Mobility of Researchers from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of the Environment of Spain, the Ministry of Education of France and the Academy of Spain in Rome (AECI) or the Madrid City Council Grants of Matadero-Madrid Cultural Center (Arts Area) or LABoral Center for Art and Industrial Creation in Gijón.
Some of the latest grants received by her are the Ayuda en Artes Visuales (2017) from the D. G. Cultural Promotion of the Community of Madrid and the Leonardo Grant for Cultural Creators and Researchers 2017-18 (Plastic Arts Area) from the BBVA Foundation. At present she enjoys (together with the artist and filmmaker Raúl Alaejos) the VEGAP Proposals Scholarship 2020 and the Extraordinary grant Matadero Crea (2020) of the Matadero Artistic Residences Center of the Madrid City Council.
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