I am a contemporary art curator, researcher and writer. My interdependent and collective projects focus on research-based practices that explore architectural theory, critical pedogogies, blue humanities, ethnoecology, post-growth, deep ecology and ecocriticism.

Recently, as a junior curator of Mediterranea 19: School of Waters, I had the opportunity to delve, and learn from the participating artists, on geo-political agencies of water, on more than human perspectives of the climate crisis and on hydrofeminist readings of the ecological breakdown. Currently, I am working on developing an exhibition programme at Ki-Culture with a focus on the changing climate. At the same time, I am also overseeing the upcoming Exhibitions Ki-Book - a guide offering practical knowledge on sustainable exhibition-making.

Following my MA studies in History of Art at the University of Glasgow (2011-2015), I am now pursuing a Masters in Education for Sustainable Development at the University of Gothenburg (2021-2023) and a post-masters course at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm, titled Collective Practices II : Symbiotic Organizations (2021-2022).