She holds two post-Ph D's in Arts from the University of São Paulo;
A Ph.D and Masters in Communications and Semiotics from the Catholic University of São Paulo;
A Masters from the Program of Études Supérieures des Systèmes d'Information from Geneva University;
Before shifting to a full time artist, she was the Assistant Dean and Professor at the Mathematics, Physics and Technology Center at Catholic University of São Paulo.
Her works include large-scale installations that offer visceral mediations on how humans perceive and communicate within the time-spaces they inhabit.
She exhibited in numerous art institutions worldwide including Ars Electronica (Linz, Berlin, Mexico City), The Creators Project (New York, São Paulo), Glow and STRP festivals (Eindhoven), Espacio Fundación Telefônica (Buenos Aires), Copenhagen Contemporary Art Festival (Copenhagen), FILE International Festival of Electronic Language (São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Curitiba, Porto Alegre), Zeebrastraat (Ghent), Mois Multi (Québec), thingworld. International Triennial of New Media Art 2014 (Beijing), Ruhrtriennale 2014 (Duisberg), Asia Culture Center/ACC (Gwangju), Wonderspaces (San Diego and Scottsdale), Wavelength (Shenzhen, Shanghai and Beijing).