My artistic work, against the organicity of the traditional work, recovers the poetic and political capacity of the fragment thanks to a critical questioning of the denotative force of language which, through a complex process of assemblage, demonstrates the internal limits of the game of representation, which is always insufficient. In this way, I construct fictional universes through humour and irony, inviting a much deeper reflection on the frames of reference that structure the material reality of the contemporary world.
To carry out my work, I use old account books as my main material, whose pages I work on with precision and meticulousness and whose titles do not leave anyone indifferent.
She holds a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Granada, and a PhD, with an Extraordinary Doctorate Award in Fine Arts, from the Miguel Hernández University of Elche. Her grants include the Bilbao Arte Foundation for production support (2020) and the postdoctoral grant from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), as a fellow of the Institute of Aesthetic Research (IIE), advised by Dr. Cuauhtémoc Medina (2018/2019).
Her work is part of public and private collections such as the Otazu Foundation and the Contemporary Art Collection of the Generalitat Valenciana. Recently, she has represented Spain as an artist in "Paper Routes- Women to Watch 2020" at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington D.C.