She is a Dutch-Italian interdisciplinary researcher currently based in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. Her condition of ‘inbetweenness’ predisposes her positioning as an outside-insider, a standpoint she utilizes for bridging the modern with the demodern. Her work is situated at the intersection of architecture, landscape, art, and anthropology, disciplines she critically unbuilds by uncovering the colonial entanglements and the ramifications of Modernity. She has recently founded Studio Ditch, an artistic research practice focused on bridging environmental degradation to colonial legacies through the traces left by material flows, organic matter, and beyond-human indices. After graduating in Architecture at the TU Eindhoven in 2016, she is currently enrolled in two postgraduates programs: the second year of DAAS at the Royal Institute of Art (KKH) in Stockholm, and Cultural Anthropology and Development Studies at the KU in Leuven. Her works have been exhibited by Archiprix NL, the Dutch Design Week and SEARTgroup.