Her attraction to the industrial object, found, reproduced and manipulated, is used to generate speculation about the reality in which the material is strongly shown. After going into the field of ceramics, the playful character of her work is accentuated by choosing to experiment with reunion, chance and improvisation; So, looking for new ways to understand the relationships between the work, the body of the viewer and the space in which they are. In her latest works, she investigates the representation of a fragmented universe. For this reason, it creates constructive systems where the objects are structured related to each other contributing to the creation of other larger bodies. Born in Zaragoza (1986), she moved to Barcelona in 2008 to study the Fine Arts degree, once her sculpture studies finished in her hometown. In 2015, she moved to Bilbao to study the Master's Degree in Ceramics at the University of the Basque Country and thus open new avenues for research in her artistic career. She has participated in collective exhibitions in Barcelona, Valencia, Palafrugell, Palma de Mallorca, Montpellier and the last edition of the Biennial of Casablanca. She has also made individuals in Zaragoza (Lateral Impulse call from the Aragonese Institute of Contemporary Arts and Culture Pablo Serrano of Zaragoza) and also in various cultural centers in Barcelona.
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