Born in Barcelona (1980), she holds a degree in Humanities from Pompeu Fabra University (2002). She did a master’s degree in Museography and Cultural Heritage Management at the University of Barcelona (2004) and a postgraduate degree in Contemporary Art Aesthetics at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, in collaboration with the Fundació Joan Miró (2005). In 2018, she completed the postgraduate degree of Expert in Cultural Heritage offered by the Universidad a Distancia de Madrid (UDIMA).
Since 2004 she has worked at the MACBA, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona, first in the Exhibitions Department and then in the Registrar Department, where she is responsible for part of the management of the Collection and the interdisciplinary project “Possible Archives”. She has taken on the duties of assistant curator of the Collection exhibitions since 2019. During her professional career she spent time at the Louvre Museum (2008-2009) as curatorial assistant to the chief curator of the museum’s collection of prints and drawings, in the development of exhibitions of contemporary art in relation to the collections of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
She was a member of the Art and Memory working group, within the MAR/ALZAR project, organized by the MNCARS, the Carasso Foundation and hablarenarte, a research group and think-tank focused on archive and memory policies.
She has also written texts for art magazines and digital environments, and has been a guest lecturer at the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya’s master’s degree in Cultural Management.