Passionate phonographer and noise lover, she is always looking for new sonic sources in her worldwide travels, exploring the possibilities of sound capturing in specifically chosen contexts, working with different recording devices. She oscillates between the purity of the recordings and a special attraction for archaic, lo-fi machines. She uses that sonic collection - in an experimental process - as her raw material, an infinite source of rhythms and colors which she shapes with a real time sound treatment software - real time being the essential element of her spontaneous and chaotic approach. She digs in the sound - intruding in the detail - exploring in search of new textures of the raw sounds.
Since 2001, she has been playing in various festivals, events and venues around the world (La Nuit Blanche à Paris, Musique Action, France ; Festival Suoni per il Popolo, Montreal; Performing Arts Marathon, New York; Send+Receive, Winnipeg; Le Fest, Tunis…) through Europe and the World (Canada, USA, Chile, Japan, Germany, Belgium, Croatia, Tunisia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Greece) in solo or in collaboration with emerging as well as renowned improvisers from the experimental noise music scene.
In 2015, she received the Institut Français’ grant Hors les Murs, for a 3 months stay for a research around the musical culture of the Mapuche, autochtones from the south of Chile.