Born in Brazil, she has been living in Germany for fifteen years, with stints in Mexico and Italy. Racism, machismo, and classism led her to study medicine for six months, and to study architecture in Belém (Brazil) her hometown, and Hannover (Germany).
She then began a process of “liberation” by studying art, her initial goal. Along the way she dealt with the xenophobic German migration service. She worked for a few years as an architect, until she decided to quit it. She spent a few months in Mexico, an extremely important period for her artistic development, where she could reconnect with herself and begin a new phase of personal knowledge. In Italy, in the post-COVID era, she was in Venice, where she started a relational art project involving artists from inside and outside the city, local inhabitants, and their private clotheslines. She believes in the power of collectivity and art to build new spaces of intersectional and decolonial interaction.