Her work unifies different artistic methods and other disciplines, too, including music and dance. Although at first she resorted to elements such as fire and insects, it is the human figure which is constantly present, above all in her more recent work. A human figure that demands a more or less evident freedom of form, whose skin is often painted before being photographed or filmed; on other occasions, the artist intervenes directly in the photographs by applying paint, in an attempt to break down barriers between photography and things gestural, through action painting. In her installations, she uses video projections of human faces and bodies which emerge from needles, executed on large monochrome canvases, distorted figures whose purpose is that of confusing the spectator with regard to what is real and what is imagined, a portrait with classical iconography transformed into a dynamic image. Works that allude to the struggle for freedom from fears and emotion, from sensuality, from racism or from sex, through mythology, entomology, the human portrait, etc. The artist herself classifies her works into six broad projects: “The fly”, “Senses and movements”, “Soul”, “Tears”, “Scream”, “Momentum”.