Living and working in Vienna, her works are characterized by a dual narrative providing multiple readings. She often incorporates into her works the similarities between American minimalist sculptures and the Soviet sites, which determines a cultural, ethnographical environment for her art. She uses shapes and symbols that carry historical references.
In 2015 she was awarded with the Chimera Art Award, and also won the Annual grant of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New-York in 2014. She has taken part in numerous residential programs and exhibited in many institutions.