Born in Garça, Brazil, in 1980. Lives and works in Miami, USA.
She holds a Master's in Fine Arts from the School of The Art Institute of Chicago (USA) and a BFA in Visual Arts from UNESP and in Architecture and Urbanism from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, both in São Paulo, Brazil. In her multidisciplinary practice, she proposes explorations and sensorial experiences through relationships between subject and space, activating perceptions about memory and history. Her research unfolds into different languages such as sculpture, installations, site-responsive, and performance. Her investigations encompass the transience of spaces and the transformation of rigid and static architectural elements into fragile surfaces. She has important awards and residencies under her career, in addition to having her work exhibited at important institutions such as MoMA PS1, Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago; Frost Art Museum, Miami; Carpe Diem in Lisbon, Portugal, among others.