My work elaborates on issues related to territories, history, feminism, identity, tradition and transformation in contemporary society. My practice often entails interaction with others and is site-specific. It also encompasses a range of mediums, including embroidery, ceramics, photography, video, printmaking, painting, and sculpture.
Each body of work expounds on the malleability of humans and how the environment, displacement, and relationships, leave traces. My work considers lifecycles, power structures and gender-politics, as well as the intangible aspect of time. My work not only addresses important subjects but also does it honestly and vividly, with a highly personal aesthetic sense. Using simple visual elements, I attempt to stimulate a reflection on the profound nature of the border, limits, and boundaries, both in artistic creation and human coexistence.