Her present project Diary of Smells, is an on-going cross- disciplinary sensorial project. The olfactory, a forgotten sense and yet a powerful connector to memory and emotions acts as a protagonist among other typically dominant components in contemporary art. The inclusion of the olfactory – one’s first and last experienced sense - results from her long examination of society`s basic need to be sheltered in a moment in which the sense of home/nest is threatened by wars, refugee camps, migrations and the fragility of the environment - the collective shelter.
In 2019, she received the International Art and Olfaction Sadakichi Award in experimental olfactory artwork category for her installation Glass Ceiling: Resilience presented at the Museum of Contemporary Art in São Paulo in 2018.
She talks about the Smell of Death in our 38th Odorama lecture: Parfums Funèbres.