Born in 1992 in Guri, Venezuela, she is an architect and visual artist who explores ecological and social issues, as well as concepts of identity and belonging, in connection with the architectural and social memory of a given territory. Having grown up in South America with Amerindian, and European roots, she made Paris her home in 2020 to pursue her artistic career.
Her work is primarily expressed through sculptures and installations that combine the geometric abstraction of her native country with elements from natural and urban landscapes. She contrast modern digital tools and materials steeped in history, such as textiles and the technique of upcycling with parametric design, to create works that provoke reflection on crucial issues.
Her academic journey led her to pursue a Validation of Prior Learning (VAE) for the DNSEP diploma at the École Supérieure d’Art et Design Le Havre-Rouen, an institution where she is currently enrolled for the year 2023-2024. Prior to that, she obtained her degree in architecture from the Universidad Central de Venezuela in 2014 and enriched her experience by spending a semester at the École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Paris-Val de Seine in 2013. Her artistic career began in Panama, where she lived and worked for five years. It was there that she co-founded the Not Common Girls collective, comprised of three emancipated female weavers. Together, they embarked on a formal and plastic research project that explores the connections between memory and gender inequalities, a theme close to her heart.
In addition to her artistic activities, she collaborated on the renovation of heritage buildings in Panama and, from 2020 onwards, in France. One of her most significant tasks was the renovation of the former headquarters of the newspaper L’Humanité, a work designed by architect Oscar Niemeyer located in Saint-Denis. From June 2022 to April 2023, she was in charge of the interior architecture project for this renovation.
Her artistic experience has allowed her to explore various mediums, including sculpture, installation, photography, drawing, performance, and sound. She favored collaborative work, which helped her transcend the boundaries of her individual knowledge and create a unique, multidisciplinary artistic language, blending elements of kinetic art and land art.
Her decision to move abroad was driven by the political crisis in Venezuela, and this experience profoundly shaped her artistic perspective. Throughout her career, she has had the privilege of exhibiting her work both individually and as part of group exhibitions in France and Panama. Additionally, she has led workshops in various cultural centers in Panama, including the Museum of Contemporary Art of Panama. Today, she continues to explore fresh artistic horizons and actively engages in discussions about current social and environmental issues with the aim of reshaping power dynamics and transforming societal relationships. Presently, she is represented by Saatchi Art and State of the Art Collection in the United States, while also forging professional partnerships in France.
E X H I B I T I O N S
A R C H I T E C T U R E
construire un concept à partir d’un contexte et son histoire
2023 – 2014
PARIS – PANAMA – CORO