she graduated from the School for Poetic Computation in New York, currently studying Digital Art at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. In her works, she uses technology, both software and hardware, to create poetic and often surprising artistic experiments, such as a robot that evokes emotions or an interactive portrait in which the spectator becomes part of the work itself. Intuition and experiment are an important element of her artistic research. Drawing on her experience as a programming engineer, she creates generative images or videos based on computational experiments. Recently she creates at the intersection of choreography, performance and media art, involving the body in the process of creation and perception.
Her works have been shown in Vienna, Salzburg, Barcelona, Tehran, Athens and New York.