Strategic designer at Folch and professor at Elisava with a background in visual communication and a specialization in data studies. Her professional interests revolve around UX in the fields of education, health and urban spaces. As a student, she received multiple recognitions including Highest Academic Record in her BA in Design, and Young Talent, European Student of the Year and High Potential at an international level. She is interested in furthering her formation in the field of research.

Two-piece tapestry and editorial publication approaching the sexual-affective exclusivity agreement within monogamous relationships. The tapestries illustrate the tension between the complexity of desire and the simplicity of social norms. The third person can’t be seen at first sight but appears in the foredge of the book that contains related theoretical information. The ultimate goal of the project is to share a mind-shifting message and encourage people who feel burdened to explore other ways to sex-affectively relate to other individuals.