Graduated in Painting at the University of Lisbon (2011), where she also accquired a Master’s degree in the same field (2014). With a co-orientation in the field of Musicology (New University of Lisbon), she is currently a PhD candidate in Fine Arts, with a research on the concept of the sublime.
Collaborating Researcher at the Center for the Investigation and Studies of the Fine Arts (CIEBA, University of Lisbon), where she is part of the Painting Cluster, and at the Center for the Study of Sociology and Aesthetics of Music (CESEM, New University of Lisbon), where she is
part of the Critical Theory and Communication Cluster.
[PT] A palavra aberta, on the work of Ana Hatherly and her relation with music, Cascais Interartes Magazine (Fundação D. Luís I, 2020)
[PT] Desenhar o tempo (apontamentos sobre o ritmo), Convocarte (CIEBA, 2020)
[PT] Translation of O Canto das Musas [original title: Le chant des Muses], by Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe (Sistema Solar, 2021, in press)