I graduated in chemistry because I wanted to understand the world better.
A chemical engineer who, due to her love for art, decided to set aside her studies on atoms and molecules to focus on
the essences of the subjects she represents in her creations, placing them at the centre of powerful compositions.
Her source of inspiration is reality, both external and internal, represented by different codes and materials. By combining study and in-depth analysis, she manages to create new forms and balances in her works.
Matter turns out to be an element of fundamental importance within her works, for which she uses different materials such as plastics, polymers and terracotta resins, copper, cardboard, etc.
After studying for a long time the Eastern artistic culture, and thanks to long and numerous journeys to Asia, her works are characterised by references to the spiritual world with evident care and attention to detail that is typical of the
Chinese and Japanese art.