In 2018 she graduated in Sculpture at Brera Academy of Fine Arts, in Milan, where she is now enrolled in the Master Course. In her works she uses geometry as expressive modality to deal with themes from the scientific-mathematical universe.
Frangisole is a place where you can find shelter and stop during the hottest hours of summer days. Through a gap, you can enter in this big fractal cube where you can see light games generated by the solar rays that filter through the cracks in the walls, entering the interstices between the thousands of cubes that create the structure. Here the light is broken, crumbled, crushed in glimmers that change with every movement of the sun during the day, creating a moving light texture. Wood is chosen as a living, pulsating material in harmony with the park environment.