Coming from an Art History background, I was quickly drawn to the question of cultural accessibility within museums. In fact, I have always been particularly interested in the evolution of the concept of ‘museum public’, which now starts to expand to previously underrepresented or marginalized groups. By analyzing how colors are used and accessed, my goal is to challenge and broaden our understanding of what cultural accessibility is or should be.
For my MA and PhD I closely with collaborators from the low-vision and blind community to create new ways to experience colors in painting. This led to the co-design and co-curation of multisensory translations of paintings.
My research interests also include accessibility, perception, neuropsychology, museums and technologies such as 3D printing.