Curator, philosopher and Art critic. Lecturer at the Fine Arts University of UMH (Altea, Spain) and researcher in the Contemporary Philosophical Thought Program (UVEG) and the FIDEX group (UMH). She has curated exhibitions and directed projects in Museums and Contemporary Art Centers among which stand out mainly: General Distopy (2017), On Translation (2017),The Ritual Box (2015), L'écran en conflit (2016), The Ritual Box II (2016) and Extraordinary Stories. Laylah Ali and Abigail Lazkoz (2011). Understanding thinking as praxis, as "practice sauvage", her articles span critical hermeneutics, gender studies and cultural studies (postcolonial thinking), philosophy of history and research among community, activism and resistance, story and fiction "Versus" history. In this sens, she analyzes the artistic object under the influence of the OOO (Ontology of Oriented Object) and the xenopoetics (poetic of the other and the strangers things) in the visual arts practices. She is currently investigating the relationships between autobiography, autofiction, and self-reflection and how they work as a fictiocriticism.