I am interested in the intersection between bodies, memories, urban spaces, and digital environments. Over the years I have worked with diverse communities, exploring the themes of memory and migration. I am inspired by the intrinsic poetic quality of everyday life and the way in which people’s collective memories resurface in quotidian actions and rituals.
Looking at the human body as ‘place in time’, I employ smells, tastes, touch, sights and sounds to construct a feminine paradigm of sensory art and challenge stereotypical representations of “others”. I use immersive multisensory technologies to navigate the hybrid space between the then and the now, the collective and the personal, and experiment with nonlinear narrative and the evocative interplay between sounds and images to expand the awareness of our constantly changing identities and technologically fluid human condition.