Her choreographic search is associated to exploring the potentiality of the body, its perceptive margins and studying corporaltity as a system in construction, open, dynamic, multiple, diffuse, affective, relational, porous which is transiting constantly in zones of ambiguity, indefinition and contradiction.
She studied psychology in Santiago de Chile (2002) and dance in the London Contemporary Dance School (The Place), England (2006). Between 2006 and 2008 she delved into choreographic investigation in France in the Centre National de Danse Contemporaine d’Angers (CNDC) and the Fondation Royaumont (CRCC).
Since 2011 she has received the support from FONDART for the creation and circulation of
NOSOTRES (2012), ACAPELA (2015) and HAMMAM (2020). In the projects GONG (2016) and AFECTOS SONOROS (Sound Affectations, 2018) she explores sound as a body transformation vehicle and a medium for collective encounter and, currently in HAMMAM, on vapor as a materiality and state of water to think the somatic experience in relation to the low definition, the in-between, the expansive, the geographical, the ecology and the sound phenomenon.
Her work has been presented in festivals such as MIRADA, Festival de Artes Escénicas Ibero-Americano (BR), Konstnärsnämnden (SE), Künstlerhaus Mousonturm (DE), Bienal SESC de Dança (BR), Tanz im August (DE), Festival Sâlmon (ES), Festival DañsFabrik (FR), FIDCU (UY), Arqueologías del Futuro (AR), Festival Internacional Santiago a Mil (CL) and Festival Danzalborde (CL).
Since 2009 she lives in Santiago de Chile and is artistic co-director of NAVE, Creation and Residency Center.