Taking inspiration from natural forms and cognitive mechanics, her work is structured in multy-layered
narrations that develop towards mixed source texts. AI principles, CGI, VR a/v environments and
automatic writing are the main tools of her recent research. A performative matrix is often found in the
production processes at the basis of her sculptural works and environmental installations, which are
immersive in nature and tend to forms of transmedial narration.
After studying Contemporary Art History at La Sapienza University in Rome she continued her
training at the Chelsea College of Art and Design in London.
Her work has been presented in various institutional locations in Italy and abroad, including: the MAXXI,
Rome; the Milan Triennial; the Los Angeles Italian Culture Institute; the GNAM National Gallery
of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rome; the Ludwig Museum, Budapest, the Centre d’Art
Contemporain, Geneva, MAMbo Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bologna, the MACRO Museum, Rome.
She has received various prizes and awards, including the 2022 Italian Council 11th edition; the 2020 Re:Humanism Prize; the 2011 LUM Prize; the 2008-2009 Rome Prize and the 2009 Strozzina Prize, Florence, while also participating in residences at the American Academy of Rome (2009) and MACRO, Rome (2012).
Works of hers in public collections include those at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Farnesina Collection,
the MAXXI Arte Collection and the MACRO Museum Collection in Rome.
Since 2004 she has been working with Nero Editions, with which in 2011 she began publishing
Names of Numbers, a series of monographic books on drawing.