In 2008, aged 27, she experienced the relationship between the crumpled canvas and the regular networks of decorative motifs inspired by Bridget Riley. Crumple IV, 201 x 151 cm, was sold for $ 1.06M including premium by Christie's on May 14, 2014.
On the following year, her first strictly monochrome works have a geometrically rigorous fold like a cloth ready to be placed on the shelf. Once deployed, the wet canvas mechanically distributes the color, favoring the iridescences wanted by the artist.
Untitled Fold X, an acrylic on canvas painted in 2009, 159 x 122 cm, is estimated £ 1M for sale by Phillips in London on February 12, lot 7.
More recently, in a logical continuation of her approach, she realized monochrome works on folded and crumpled canvas, providing a more complex texture. An Untitled Fold 153 x 122 cm painted in 2010 was sold for $ 2.3 million including premium by Phillips on November 13, 2014.