Works and lives in Bologna.
She doesn't have a preferred media. Instead, her work and artistic research center around two main themes, the relation between gestures and speech and the reappropriation of words and narrations that define individuals through their contact with animals and the body.
She studied at the Academy of Fine Arts of Aquila, where she gained her bachelor's degree and is currently attending the Academy of Fine Arts of Bologna.
Her most recent expositions include, Variazioni sulla durata (L’Aquila, 2017), Visioni di pomeriggio (L’Aquila, 2018), Mare Nostrum (Rome, 2019), Ccn (L’Aquila, 2019), Apart (Bologna, 2020), C.U.O.R.E (Trevi, 2020).