Motivated by the mechanics of how things work and materials, the work is characterized by transforming and combining everyday objects and industrial by trial and error method, this allows you to propose "controlled chance artifacts." Machines that create luminous works, audible or visual elements from random motions.
The appropriation of materials with some historical significance, allows reinterpret objects, sculpture, an installation, painting and even indefinable, which enhanced with some technological resources are generating new aesthetic and varied experiences. That is why the construction of the work is the result of the process the material used.
individual exposition "55 A1" in the Stuart Gallery (2011), "In Subject" at the Ritz Caldon of Santiago (2009), stated "Dematerialization" Mizu in Art, Santiago (2007), presented "Build" in Art Mizu Santiago (2006) and "Pictures with Weight" in Art Mizu. Santiago (2006).
She also exposed Collectively has exhibited in shows such as "Expo Bloc" in the Workshop Bloc (2011), in "Workshop Dittborn Show" at Gallery D21 (2011), on permanent display Taringa Bar (2010-2011), in the exhibition "Painting laboratory "in Stuart Gallery (2010), also participated in" Andacollo "in the Exhibition Hall Finis Terrae University in Santiago, Chile (2007) and the" Student Lounge VII "in Montecarmelo (2006).
Won first prize in the Stuart Gallery Call, Focus on new media, 55 A1. Santiago (2011), First Prize Painting VII student hall of the Universidad Finis Terrae, S / T. Mixed. 300 x 406 cms in Santiago (2006) and First Prize Graphical concept map of a chicken casserole VII student hall of the Universidad Finis Terrae, Mixed in Santiago (2006). …Read More
She study Bachelor of Visual Arts in the University Finis Terrae of Chile (2008). Bachelor of Secondary Education, majoring in Visual Arts and Technology Education at the University Gabriela Mistral in Santiago de Chile (2009). Graduate in colonography in Havana, Cuba (2005), studied art at the Incubo with Gonzalo Pedraza (2007), in the studio of Eugene Dittborn (2010) and the Bloc Workshop (2011).