Studied Plastic Arts at the Bellas Artes University Foundation in the city of Medellín, graduating with honors. Works from different disciplines such as video, photography and sculpture, addressing reflections on the historical processes of the Afro-descendant communities in America.
Her relationship with art also goes through research, for which she obtained a scholarship to study the Certificate of Afro-Latin American Studies, directed by A.L.A.R.I, Harvard University, Boston. Her work has been exhibited in Brazil, Chile, Peru, Angola, Lisbon, and Colombia, recently at the Museum of Memory and Human Rights in Santiago de Chile, the Museum of Modern Art in Medellín, and the Museum of Antioquia. She has been awarded in national competitions such as the New Art Talents Award from the Medellín Chamber of Commerce; and in 2022/2023 she has been recognized with The Democracy Machine: Artists and Self-Governance in the Digital Age Fellowship, awarded by Eyebeam, New York.
"I review documents of "universal history" to establish cartographies of symbolic elements that graphically land Afro-descendants in the colonial context, in structural racism, in the birth and consolidation of maroon and palenquero peoples, and finally, in the whitening processes such as the paradigm of progress and miscegenation of the Americas.With photography, video and sculpture as plastic languages, I manifest aesthetic and critical reflections on the body of the Afro-descendant that has been represented from the 16th century to the present.Bodies as fields in those who fight the meanings and discourses of racism, invisibility, cultural hybridization and political battles in ethnic recognition as a strategy of ancestral pride."