In my artworks I investigate with social issues, particularly those related to political domination in our modern societies. To address these issues, I like to use satire to capture the viewers' attention and get a different perspective to an unjust reality. Through humor, observes are more objective and receptive, taking distance due to the fact we are highly influenced by social problems. On the other hand, I have worked on topics in a more personal level, where individuals’ behavior are presented as common patterns in all human beings which then, it is absurd to think of individualism: couple, perception, appearance, hierarchy are similar in many cultures.
My research interests focus on digital arts, new artistic languages using science and technology. How art, science and technology could increase creativity to develop new ideas closer to our current societies.
I'm also into issues related to the inclusion of art in science and vice versa, which is due to my dissertation I am working on. Lately, my interest is the technological dominance in society, especially the scientific development which is mostly phallocentric. Therefore, the figure of women in our technology world is still minor. The future is built from an androcentric vision, so I ask myself where this technoscientific development would go if women were more present in it.
Another part of my interests is focus on the benefits of cross-disciplinary studies: Do we need common areas (between Humanities and Sciences) to promote the application of disciplinary knowledge?