She was co-curator at MUCA Roma between 2000 and 2003 and founded there the project “Celda Contemporánea” that she directed until 2006. She has curated dozens of exhibitions, where No-Grupo: A Shakeup of the Artistic Corset (Modern Art Museum, 2010) can be regarded as one of the most important. Her interest in questioning how the historiographic narrative is constructed has led her to weigh in to diverse singularities that are somewhat obscure within artistic genealogy. This interest found its complicity and an echo in the Southern Conceptualisms Network, as well as in her book “Melquiades Herrera”, published by Alias Editorial in 2015. Between 2011 and 2015, she was Curator of Cultural Archive at the University Museum of Contemporary Art, where she is currently Curator of Document Archive and is responsible for the Arkheia Document Center.
She was awarded with the National University Distinction for young academics in 2017 for her contributions to the field of artistic creation and cultural extension, by the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.