graduated in Art History and Theory from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain), where she also completed an MA in Latin American Studies, with focus on Cultural Studies. Her PhD thesis History and Violence in Latin America. Artistic practices, 1992–2012 was published in 2017 by CENDEAC (Murcia, Spain). She has lived and worked in Madrid, Toronto, Munich and Zurich, where she is currently based. She is coordinator of the Latin American Center at the University of Zurich since 2018, and was associate postdoctoral researcher within the SNF-funded project “Contested Amnesia and Dissonant Narratives in the Global South: Post-conflict in Literature, Art, and Emergent Archives” led by Prof. Dr. Liliana Gómez from 2017 to 2021. She was secretary general of the Network on Latin American Visual Studies (ReVLaT, 2014–2020) and an elected council member of the Visual Studies Section of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA, 2017–2019). She has been guest lecturer in several universities both in Europe and Latin America, and published widely on contemporary Latin American art. She was founder and curator (2017–2021) of the independent art space and curatorial project la_cápsula in Zurich, which focuses on building bridges between the emerging Latin American and Swiss art scenes, with a strong emphasis on socially and politically engaged art.