The anger

When  proposed to me to do a mural in March around women’s day, once again I had that contradictory feeling between joy and sadness. Joy because being able to make a piece inside a museum is always a great opportunity, but on the other hand there was that point where it seems that right now women only have a voice in March or we only have a voice the rest of the year, but only to talk about equality and women’s rights.

With this, I am not saying that I think it’s wrong to talk about these issues, I am a feminist and if I can contribute with my work to brin gus closer to a more equal world, of course I will do it. What I am beginning to find less fair and tired of is that we are only called upon for that, as if we have no voice on any other issue. Like my colleagues, I want to be able to choose the subject of my work, I want to be able to  express my opinions beyond the subject of feminism. For this reason, it seemed to me that the best claim I could make for this mural was to do something that was totally my work, with my language and my themes.

Muvim, Valencia 2023

Bye bye souvenir

Bye bye souvenir began to take shape in December 2020, at that time we could only move within our own community, borders had suddenly reappeared.
While our parents (at least those of my generation) had lived this idea that the great journeys were made a couple of times in life, we moved around the world with an ease never seen before and suddenly all that disappears, the movement is limited to your country and depending on the moment to your community or your city, the limits are drawn more than ever and the borders become really palpable. We never thought we would lose our freedom of movement, both physically and psychologically.
I thought, what would I have given at that moment to be able to travel, even if it was just to buy a horrible souvenir…

Bye Bye Souvenir… 2022

The Olympics

“The Olympics” is a project focused on giving visibility to all those women who played an important role in the history of sport and who most of us don’t even know about.
There are many women who made great achievements in the world of sport, but as in other fields, these women never had the recognition that their male counterparts did. Women like Margot Moles, Charlotte Cooper or Gretchen Fraizer, to give some examples, will be the protagonists of this series where, through drawings in poster format, the history of these women will be shown.


Heritages for Isabel

While I was thinking about what I wanted to do for an art fair in which I was going to participate, my iaia passed away and I decided to pay a tribute to her through a series of pieces that I titled “Herencias para Isabel”.

The set of pieces makes up a portrait of my grandmother through the objects in her house that most reminded me of her and the phrases that she used to tell me the most, which I have used as the title of the works.

This series is a tribute to my iaia in particular, but also a tribute to all the grandmothers and their great work within the family.

Those of us who are the children of working parents have had them as a second mother, their role is fundamental in parenting and the help they give parents is worthy of recognition.



“This is her room, the girl with the dress. here is where her things are, her fears and insecurities. here she is, even tho she is not here”.

Installation created for exposition, tribute to designer Hegino Mateu. Inspired in a dress from the designer and a text from Héctor Sobreira.

Drawing, paint, photography and real objects.

Different Dimensions.


VHS 16

Fotage of VHS exposition at Galería Anaglifos, Barcelona.

Fotage of VHS exposition at Galería 9, Valencia.

“VHS” is a project that, like “the collection” and “fascicles”, are artworks that comes from an theoretic/practice investigation in relation to collecting and the link that a collector have to their acquisitions. It a way of accumulating, it’s differenced by organization and repetition.

In VHS we find a collection that directly or indirectly we all have had in our lives. In this project i focus on the re-recordable VHS, in which we find the “second collection” of memories. They containers of memories, moments; from things we record on TV, moments of our lives…

2011 – 2016


Installation (paint, vhs tapes and video).
Variable dimensions.


“FOLDER” is the representation of adolescence, that moment where we establish who we are and to which tribe we belong to through customizing / decorating our folders. Collage of images, drawings and quotes through we represent ourselves, putting us in a box.

Mixed Technique (collage, ink, marker, graphite) between methacrylates 130 x 40 cm




Installation (composition of drawings and paintings and school chairs).

120 x 200 cm