dada is a lawyer by profession, a poet in her spare time, an eco-poetic researcher and a playwright (in the making).

Her artistic approach attempts to cultivate an ethic of fugitivity and marooning. Her language seeks the unstable balance between the impulse to name the world accurately and the beautý of imperceptibility, and opacity. To borrow an expression she’s particularly fond of from Olivier Marboeuf – an artist and intellectual who nourishes her greatly – she seeks what lies between “skin and nail”.

Her work is characterized by intranquility and a constant search for cracks, erosion, doubt and uncertainty.