Multidisciplinary artist and researcher with experience in Visual Arts (performance, photography), Design, Sound Art, Music, Urban Culture and Education. She is a PhD student in Visual Poetics from the Post-Graduation Program in Visual Arts at Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Porto Alegre, RS, Brazil – advised by Professor José Avancini (IA-UFRGS) and co-advised by Professor Mario Ramiro (ECA-USP). In 2015, she was an exchange researcher from CAPES/Brazil (BEX9954/14-7) in Sound Art in the Department of Sculpture at the Faculdad de Bellas Artes de San Carlos, Valencia, Spain – advised by Professor Miguel Molina Alarcón. She has a Master’s degree in Design (Design, Art and Technology) from the Anhembi Morumbi University (SP, Brazil) and Bachelor’s degree in Visual Arts at UFRGS (RS, Brazil). She has written articles for exhibitions and papers on art, music, and urban culture, which were presented in Brazil and abroad (Portugal, Turkey, France, Japan), and published in books, magazines and websites. Her works has been displayed in Brazil: Porto Alegre, São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and on the Internet. Edited, produced and presented radio programs on Radio Mobile 30ªBienal of São Paulo- SP; Web radio minima.fm and Ipanema Radio FM 94.9 MHZ (Porto Alegre-RS). In the field of Music (1990-2005), she was responsible for voice, lyrics and executive producer of the band The Plastic Dream , MVR Satellite and electronic duo Adventure. Participated as a singer in the work of several bands in southern Brazil and has songs recorded on vinyl, CD compilations and K7 tapes.
As an artist investigates the Sonic Performances, where the voice (spoken, sung, processed) and other sounds (Soundscape) are protagonists in actions that are mixed or leave situations of everyday life. To do this, use the walk as a strategy for meeting places, studio practice and performative action.