Artist, researcher and lecturer (trained at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, France, she has been involved in teaching courses and research stays mainly in graphic studios in France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Spain, and Canada, among others. PhD in Fine Arts from the University of Vigo. She has been a lecturer at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Pontevedra, University of Vigo since 2000. In 2004, she joined the dx5 digital & graphic research group where she is the coordinator of international activities.
As an artist, she participated in several individual and group exhibitions, and was selected and awarded prizes at national and international contemporary graphic competitions. Her commitment to graphic techniques has led her work toward a greater questioning of re-presentation (in terms of unfolding and unwinding variations) of a reality that is in itself multiple and fragmentary. Her biography and daily experience feed thematic series such as: “Cajas de mudanza”, “De Memphis a Finisterre”, “Mapas Kaleidoscopias”, “Plis” (Pliegues), “Passages”… [“Moving Boxes”, “Memphis to Finistère”, “Kaleidoscope Maps”, “Plis (Folds)”, “Passages]. Lately, she has taken advantage of the phenomenological possibilities and conceptual evocations of folds in the space of the artist’s book.
She has not only disseminated her works individually and collectively in books, but has also published texts in specialised graphics and contemporary art editions. Worth highlighting are her recent collaborations with a) the Contemporary Art Centre of Galicia, Santiago de Compostela (2019), b) with the curator who exhibits the work of the Belgian artist René Heyvaert (her father), and c) the publication of her PhD research on Mail art.