With a degree in Arts from the University of Buenos Aires and a master’s degree in Cultural Heritage Management and Museology from the University of Barcelona, she has focused her academic and professional career on the intersections between culture and activism.
From these logics, she assisted in the coordination of the collaborative network Museo Situado, made up of neighbourhood groups and associations in the Lavapiés neighbourhood, in which the Museo Reina Sofía participates. The work developed in the network was based on mediating between ways of doing and acting, such as those of the public institution and those of the neighbourhood and activist fabric of the neighbourhood and, from that place, producing and managing the projects, campaigns and activities that are promoted collectively.
Previously, she was part of different museums in the city of Buenos Aires (Argentina), both public and private, with artistic and historical collections of Latin American and Argentinean origin. One of them was the Evita Museum, dedicated to the historical figure of Eva Perón, belonging to the Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Históricas Eva Perón and dependent, in turn, on the Ministry of Culture of the Nation and the Asociación Museo Evita. In this case, her work focused on the management of the Strategic and Commercial Development of the Association, specifically in fundraising.
She was also linked to the Museo de Artes Plásticas Eduardo Sivori, which belongs to the City of Buenos Aires and has a large collection of 20th and 21st century Argentinean art. In this institution she worked in the area of Education, designing and carrying out tours of the collection and temporary exhibitions.