Spain, 1968


Graduated in Fine Arts from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, she later expanded her training with Gerhard Richter, Zush, Vito Acconci and Katherina Sieverding. Throughout various projects, she addresses the complex and uncomfortable negotiation between utopia and reality. In her charcoal drawings, she recreates places that incarnated modern rationality to investigate the reverse of it, and how the human – desires, fears, affections and feelings – cracks an idea of reason and order that becomes utopia. Sometimes they are imaginary solutions – house-machines capable of adapting to the needs of their environment and their inhabitants – or spaces of rationalist architecture in which she develops a psychological, emotional and affective fact, as a mirror of our personal and non-transferable life story.