Her artistic practice is noted for being confrontational, for questioning evidence and moral conventions. Her artistic practice is not cultural in nature, much the opposite: it is a social and political practice in which the cultural and established aspects are put at stake.
In 2005 she graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Fine Arts, specialising in sculpture, and she has continued to study and participate in various workshops, conferences, programmes, degrees and postgraduate courses up to today. She is currently taking the Laboratorio Formas de Vida course, organised by Espositivo.
Her first public exhibition was held in 2005, and since then, she has participated in around 200 group and 26 solo exhibitions, mainly in Europe and America.
She has also received several awards and grants throughout her trajectory, and she regularly collaborates with social and educational centres.